Birds in Scotland

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RSPB – Scotland – all the information you need to explore the breadth of RSPB work in Scotland, the habitats and species they are helping to look after and keep in good health, and how you too, can give nature a home.

Bird Clubs in Scotland

SOC – Scottish Ornithologists’ Club, Scotland’s Bird Club – a birdwatching club with a network of volunteers across Scotland, gathering vital information about Scotland’s wild birds. 

Argyll Bird Club – a registered charity with membership open to all. The club aims to promote an interest in birds in Argyll.

Fife Bird Club – FBC – formed in July 1985

Highland Birds – the Highland Branch of the SOC, which coordinates recording and activities, with regular meetings and outings.

Birds in Moray and Nairn – the place to find out everything to do with birds and birding in Moray and Nairn.

Places to Watch Birds

Findhorn Bay Local Nature Reserve – Findhorn Bay is nationally important for birds with significant numbers of migrant wildfowl and waders. 

Scottish Seabird Centre – North Berwick – helping people to learn about Scotland’s marine wildlife, habitats and iconic seabirds.

Scottish Wildlife Trust – Reserves and Visitor Centres

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