Winter Beaver Safari
Visit a wonderful beaver wetland full of wildlife and beaver tracks and trails such as dams, chewed trees and beaver slides.
As the chances of seeing the beavers are slimmer over the winter, this trip takes us on the trail of the European beaver where we visit amazing beaver dams, beaver ponds, chewed trees and beaver tracks and trails. We will spend half an hour sitting by the beaver ponds at the end of the tour so wrap up warmly, but we can’t guarantee their appearance.
We’ll also tell the story of the history of beavers in Scotland, how they re-appeared in Perthshire and why they are so important to the ecology of our rivers and wetlands. This is a great trip for families as everyone can collect their own beaver chips and beaver-chewed sticks!
Use discount code UPTO50OFF to get £20 off the ticket price when booking online at: https://perthshirewildlife.co.uk/winter-beaver-safari/
- Small Group (1-16)
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Welcome to Perthshire Wildlife where we organise bespoke tours and guided walks to get close to the amazing wildlife found in central Perthshire. Join us to spot the wild-living European beavers of the area by canoe & on foot, forage for wild food or go dipping for dragons. With over twenty years experience as a Ranger and Wildlife Guide, we have run hundreds of successful wildlife events. We will organise the trip around your requirements so please get in touch so we can arrange a fantastic wildlife experience for you. Beaver photo by Dave Walsh.
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