Come along to RSPB Lochwinnoch and take part in this fantastic self-led activity for families exploring the nature trails and finding out all about hedgehogs as you go!
Off Grid Community hold outdoor toddler sessions at Aidans Brae Woods, Clarkston on Mondays and Wednesdays during term time!
Muddy Monsters a nature club for 2-5 year olds ran by the Whitelee Countryside Rangers and held on the second Thursday of every month!
Explore the trails in the woodland at Greenbank Garden, a fun way of looking for the first signs of spring!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers' plant geek to look at, and possibly try, some of the wild plants found on the windfarm, and discover their fascinating uses and mythology!
Looking for something different for your kids during the Summer Holidays? Off Grid Kids are running their outdoor camps for primary school children!
The Whitelee Countryside Rangers' Boggy Beasties summer holiday club will return for 2022 and booking are now being taken!
Bring the whole family and experience the magic of Greenbank Garden's relaxed and elegant surroundings, whilst helping Mother Nature at the same time!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August as they return with their popular wood carving workshop!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers and a professional willow weaver and learn how to create beautiful willow garden structures to adorn your garden!
Wilderland Film Festival returns for 2022 touring the very best of the world's short wildlife films, catch it at Eastwood Park Theatre on Tuesday 8th November!
Robin and his pals need your help this winter to put on a feast like no other, join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers and make a bird-feeders to delight your feathered friends!
This is an exciting outdoor based club for 7-12 year olds with a keen interest in nature and the outdoors, whatever the weather.
Hopetoun Junior Rangers is a fun, monthly outdoors club for 11-18 year olds with an interest in nature and the countryside.
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur's Seat's turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Come along on a more challenging guided walk to learn about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Enjoy this Ranger-led walk at Hopetoun House will guide you through the nature and history of Hopetoun’s designed landscape.
A joint exhibition by experienced wildlife artists Kittie Jones and Wynona Legg is on now at the Scottish Ornithologists Club, Aberlady.
Come along for a gentle guided walk around Hunter’s Bog and St. Margaret’s Loch and learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice!
Come and join us on Maid of the Forth for this 3-hour special birdwatching cruise with expert commentary provided by RSPB staff!
Enjoy your Bank Holiday at Hopetoun with a Ranger-led hike around the Grounds and the Estate to explore the early summer sights and sounds!
Explore the wonders of Scotland’s marine environment when Marine Fest hosted by the Scottish Seabird Centre returns from 4 – 12 June!
One of Scotland's most iconic events, The Royal Highland Show, returns to the Royal Highland Centre between the 23rd and 26th June 2022!
Join our handsome herd this summer as we open our gates after hours for grown-ups only to enjoy the summer evenings at Edinburgh Zoo!
This summer, we are pleased to announce our rawr-some range of family-friendly After Hours evenings at Edinburgh Zoo!
Enjoy a mix of activities including bushcraft, pond dipping and story making in the woods over 6 Fridays this summer within the Grounds at Hopetoun House!
Join Anna Canning, an expert botanist and wild plant forager, on this guided walk around Hopetoun and collect some wild ingredients to make a delicious snack or herbal remedy.
Enjoy your Bank Holiday at Hopetoun with a Ranger-led stroll along the foreshore exploring the best of West Lothian's geological resource!
Enjoy a Ranger-led hike around the Hopetoun Grounds and Estate to explore the late summer sights and sounds!
Experience an extraordinary collection of short films when the Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to the Festival Theatre on 25th September!
Come along for a gentle Ranger-led walk on to explore the fascinating world of fungi at Hopetoun House.
A gentle Ranger-led walk to explore the wonderful world of trees found throughout Hopetoun’s designed landscape.
Wilderland Film Festival returns for 2022 touring the very best of the world's short wildlife films, catch it at Assembly Roxy on 29th November!
This exhibition will explore how the desert communities of northern Peru have adapted to the impact of El Niño, the shifting band of warm ocean found on the Pacific coast of South America.
Discover, explore and enjoy St Andrews Botanic Garden completely free of charge on the first Friday of every month!
Join local weaver Susie Redman to learn the meditative art of wild weaving. This event is suitable for adults and children or all abilities.
Create your very own mobile with Wild Wares using driftwood and other natural materials on this workshop at The Ecology Centre. Suitable for ages 14+
Futtle Brewery presents a new organic festival, Spots on my Apples, at Fife’s Bowhouse, promising a programme of inspiring conversations, hands-on activities and outstanding food and drink.
Explore the wonders of the woodland in Castlemilk Park on one of their regular led walks, held on the first Saturday each month!
Children's Classic Concerts is hosting a day of FREE entertainment for the whole family at Glasgow's Hidden Gardens on the 28th May!
A morning walk through bluebell filled woodlands, listening to birdsong is the perfect start to any day, join RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond for their 'Bluebells and Birdsong' event on 29th May!
The Glasgow Natural History Society and the University of Glasgow invite you to join them for an exploration around how wildlife is finding a home within our cities brownfield sites.
Glasgow Science Festival is taking over the Kibble Palace with loads of free activities suitable for all ages!
Join the team at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond in Gartocharn and go in search of some natural foodie delights!
Join the Dams to Darnley Rangers on a hearty walk through the Country Park to Waulkmill Glen Reservoir to see the sunset, and the moon rise on the water!
This workshop will help you identify some of the common butterfly species found at RSPB Loch Lomond, as well as going in search of the more unusual species like the small pearl-bordered fritillary!
Spend an afternoon in the glorious Glasgow Botanical garden with textile artist Elisabeth Viguie Culshaw where you'll learn how to dye with natural indigo!
Join the Dams to Darnley Countryside Ranger on a guided tour of the Country Park's fascinating plants and learn about their medicinal, practical and culinary uses!
The always popular spoon carving workshop with the Dams To Darnley Countryside Rangers is back on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August!
Join the team at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond for a guided walk which will show you how to identify some of the wildflowers on the reserve and hear about their historical uses!
Reconnect with your wild side... join TCV Scotland for a morning in the woods at Auchinlea Park and they'll teach you the basic survival skills!
Join the team at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond in Gartocharn and go in search of some natural foodie delights!
Join this early morning walk and witness the spectacular scene as thousands of geese lift up from their roost over RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond!
Join the team at RSPB Loch Lomond on Saturday 26th November for a magical moonlit meander around the reserve after hours!
View badgers, bats and other nocturnal creatures on a Badger Watch event organised by the Falls of Clyde Rangers!
See a shearer at work with Scottish Blackface sheep and enjoy wool-themed family crafts and activities at the Museum of Rural Life's Woolly Weekend!
Make your own bird box to take home and learn all about garden bird conservation with the countryside rangers at Drumpellier Country Park!
Learn more about these shy mammals in their natural habitat at Palacerigg Country Park's Badger Watch on Wednesday 15th June!
Join the reserve ranger for the third in their series of guided walks exploring RSPB Baron's Haugh as the seasons change!
Join the countryside ranger service to explore Dalzell Estate Arboretum and learn more about different stages of trees' lives, their survival strategies and how to identify them.
Over the summer RSPB Baron's Haugh will be hosting four Nature Club sessions giving budding young naturalists the opportunity to find out more about their local wildlife!
Discover the beauty of the South Calder water as it makes its way through the steep-sided gorges and forest within Strathclyde County Park.
Join the North Lanarkshire Countryside Rangers at Strathclyde Park and discover what lurks below the surface of the wildlife pond!
As dusk falls Drumpellier comes alive, join this popular and free night walk and spot some nocturnal wildlife!
Join the Countryside Rangers in Palacerigg Country Park as they go in search of the tracks, trails and signs our wild mammals leave behind.
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers for a twilight stroll through the windfarm spotting the night-time creatures who inhabit the moors!
Join the reserve warden for a twilight walk to track down the bats around RSPB Baron's Haugh, and find out all about these nocturnal creatures!
Join the Countryside Rangers in Strathclyde Country Park as they go in search of the tracks, trails and signs our wild mammals leave behind.
Come along and learn about the birds that come to this wonderful nature reserve as the weather turns and the nights get longer!
RSPB Baron's Haugh is a brilliant place for wildlife, but did you know it also has a fascinating history? Join this guided walk and hear about its historical delights!
Join the RSPB to enjoy a seasonal wander around Baron's Haugh to gather all kinds of natural craft materials and make your own festive wreath!
The Orangery Restaurant in Stirling is collaborating with Whitehouse Foraging to bring you a combined foraging and dining experience.
Join Forth Environment Link at the Dawson Centre, Falkirk on 26th May for this Herbal Spa Salts and Plant Printing workshop delivered by Herbal Homestead and funded by Falkirk Food Futures!
Find out more about ticks and the diseases they carry by exploring and finding the answers to Glasgow Science Festival's scavenger hunt at Mugdock Country Park.
Find out about bumblebees and how you can help them as we take a short walk among the flowers at Mugdock Country Park on 15th June!
Join record-breaking adventurer and author Adrian Hayes at he takes audiences on a journey through the jungles, seas, deserts, ice caps and mountains of the world!
With a brief overview of his life, Leo’s brand new show will follow on from his previous tour (The Spectre Expedition, 2019) bringing audiences up to date with his audacious expeditions!