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Go Wild About Scotland: New Seminar for Tourism Businesses

Bird watching on Lunga, Treshnish Isles off Isle of Mull. Credit: Speyside Wildlife

Bird watching on Lunga, Treshnish Isles off Isle of Mull. Credit: Speyside Wildlife

Are you a tourism business and would you like to attract more guests interested in wildlife?

If so, then come along to Wild Scotland’s new seminars on wildlife tourism and learn more about making the most of this opportunity.

As  part of the Year of Natural Scotland celebrations, Wild Scotland is delivering a series of 10 workshops across Scotland on wildlife watching. The project is supported by Scottish Enterprise, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Scottish Natural Heritage and Forestry Commission Scotland.

Each one day course is composed of a classroom session in the morning followed by a short guided walk in the afternoon (weather permitting).

The seminars aim to help staff dealing with guest enquiries on a daily basis improve their own knowledge of local wildlife, as well as have the opportunity to experience the wildlife of the area themselves with a wildlife guide.

The dates and locations are shown below, and simply follow the link for more information

Dates Area Venue
12/02 St Andrews Rufflets Hotel
20/02 Caithness & Sutherland Lairg Community Centre
26/02 Edinburgh Water of Leith Visitor Centre
27/02 Highland Perthshire Birnam Institute
28/02 Royal Deeside & Cairngorms NP Glen Tanar Estates
28/02 Loch Lomond Ardoch near Balloch
04/03 Lochaber VA Lochaber, Fort William
05/03 Argyll and Islands SAMS, Dunstaffnage
13/03 Moray and Inner Moray Horizons Centre (Forres)

Year of Natural Scotland logo - landscape

The cost is £20 per person (includes lunch and the afternoon activity )

For more details on how to register, go to or email

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