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Wildlife Events at Cluny House Garden, Perthshire

There are even more reasons to visit Cluny House Garden, near Aberfeldy in Perthshire, as the garden holds a series of events as part of the the Tayside Biodiversity Festival.

The festival runs for the entire month of May and there are over 100 events taking place across this diverse county.

Events at Cluny House Garden are:

Friday 7th May and Thursday 13th May – “Gardening with Nature”

Join a gentle guided walk around Cluny House Gardens. hear about the importance of the wildlife in this organic woodland garden. See how the garden is managed to include wild flowers and to encourage wildlife as well as the resident red squirrels. All proceeds go towards providing red squirrel and wild birdfood at Cluny. From 9am – 11am. £4 per person; under 16s free; limited numbers so pre-booking essential.

Monday 24th May – “Bluebells in the Garden”
Take a walk around Cluny House Gardens with owners Wendy and John Mattingley during perhaps the most colourful week of the year. See wonderful bluebells at their peak complimenting the exotic plants and other wildflowers within the garden. From 4pm – 6pm. £4 per person; under 16s free; limited numbers so pre-booking essential. All proceeds go towards red squirrel and wild bird food.

And also for National Insect Week…
22nd June – Bug Event led by Craig Macadam of Buglife Scotland.
Actual times yet to be finalised. £4 per person; under 16s free; limited numbers so pre-booking essential. All proceeds will go towards red squirrel and wild bird food.

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