Edinburgh Zoo is owned by The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS). The Society was founded in March 1909, and the Zoo opened in July 1913. Set...
Five Sisters Zoo was established in 2005 and is the most-visited wildlife attraction centre in West Lothian!
The Scottish Owl Centre is the home to Scotland's largest collection of owls. Located in Polkemmet County Park, it is both a fun and educational day out for the whole family.
The Scottish Seabird Centre is situated at North Berwick harbour, East Lothian, with stunning views across the Firth of Forth and the iconic Bass Rock...
Deep Sea World welcomes you on a voyage of discovery where learning can be exciting and fun!
Fife Zoo is a new zoo, focusing on wildlife conservation, learning & science. You can also visit Africafé, Base Camp Gift Shop and Sloth Play.
St Andrews Aquarium boasts one of the finest locations in the historic town and is a perfect destination for all things fishy.
The Scottish Deer Centre is spread over 55 acres of Fife countryside just outside Cupar, and is home to 13 species of deer from around the world along with other animals.
The Reserve is located in north east Glasgow on the edge of Easterhouse. It was Glasgow’s first LNR, being designated in 1995. Despite its name, the...
This tranquil woodland, with its majestic ancient oaks and old hawthorn hedges, has been growing on this hillside on the edge of Glasgow for hundreds of years.
Hogganfield Park Local Nature Reserve is an excellent place to see wetland birds with the main attraction being Whooper Swan in winter!
Lenzie Moss Nature Reserve is a large area of green outdoor space which enables local people to enjoy outdoor walks and nature.
Merkland Local Nature Reserve, in Kirkintilloch, is a haven for wildlife and a popular spot for people looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
Robroyston Park Local Nature Reserve has an attractive wild aspect which consists mainly of rough grassland, areas of wetland, a pond and planted trees.
Located on the south-east shores of the loch, RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond has a variety of habitats from ancient woodlands to wildflower meadows and swampy grasslands.
Bringing together 20 sq km of lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge, Seven Lochs Wetland Park offers an exciting range of things to see and do!
Braedale Hill Local Nature Reserve is situated in Newmains to the north east of Wishaw, a real haven for birds, insects, and animals!
Located in Rutherglen, across the Clyde from the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village, Cuningar Loop has transformed 15 hectares of derelict, unused land into an attractive community greenspace!
Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature Reserve, near Kilsyth and Queenzieburn, is an open area of countryside which includes ponds and large areas of grassland.
Local Nature Reserves (LNR) are places for local people to actively enjoy, while having the chance to see and learn about nature on their doorsteps!
Kingshill Local Nature Reserve is on the outskirts of Allanton which is near Shotts.Kingshill is a special place for people and wildlife close to the...
Langlands Moss is an important and rare habitat - a lowland raised bog. Raised bogs are peatlands, the oldest of which date back to the last Ice Age....
Mosswater Local Nature Reserve is best accessed by foot from Hope Park Drive north of Blackwood round-about.After several years of work to improve this...
Local Nature Reserves (LNR) are places for local people to actively enjoy, while having the chance to see and learn about nature on their doorsteps.Ravenswood...
RSPB Baron's Haugh is an important community nature reserve in Motherwell and is a real gem for wildlife and for visitors too.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust Falls of Clyde and Visitor Centre is nestled in the Clyde Valley and is part of the Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve.
Seafar Wood is a relatively young strip of woodland west of Cumbernauld Village.
Clyde Muirshiel is Scotland's largest Regional Park - a great place to easily enjoy the outdoors. The Park is just west of Glasgow, south of Greenock, east of Largs and north of Ardrossan!
A former industrial area, now a refuge for wildlife and a valued park for the community The Local Nature Reserve is sited within Durrockstock Park in Paisley!
RSPB Lochwinnoch is the best place in the west of Scotland for family fun, wild days out and discovering nature with an excellent RSPB shop, nature centre and visitor trails.
Just north of Stirling, Argaty Red Kites run Central Scotland's only red kite feeding station where visitors can watch these exciting birds and their spectacular flying!
Scotland’s safari park is located between Stirling and Doune, and is the only place in the country where you can see elephants and giraffes.Voted the...
Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve (NNR) is a vast expanse of all things damp and wonderful. It lies within the Carse of Forth in west Stirlingshire.
Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is a fantastic example of how wasteland can be transformed into an urban green space that provides a rich habitat and haven for wildlife.
RSPB Black Devon Wetlands is a quiet gem of a reserve, an area of untouched wet grassland and wetland habitat!
Equal in size to Glasgow, The Great Trossachs Forest is one of the most significant woodland regeneration projects to take place in the UK for a generation.