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SCHEDULED EVENTS

These are our next few scheduled events. For future events, please check back on this page nearer the time, or contact us for our provisional schedule.

 

If you can't make one of our scheduled events, please take a look at our On Request safaris where we can set up something to suit you.

Please note that booking is essential at the moment due to Covid restrictions.

Tuesday June 22nd 2021 2pm

Shores, Moors and Woodlands of Loch Ewe

Take a tour round three of the different habitats of Loch Ewe. We'll learn about the species that live on the shoreline, in the woodland and on the moors. Waders, otters, red squirrels and eagles all live here so who knows what we might see? The walk is about 2.5 miles and will take around 2.5 hours allowing us plenty of time to stop and observe.

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Meet at Roasters Highland Coffee Box next to the campsite on Poolewe seafront. Free parking and toilets are available in Poolewe village centre five minutes' walk away (sorry no parking at Roasters). Adults £20, children 6-16 £5, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Wednesday June 23rd 2021 2pm

Discover Poolewe's Nature and History

Poolewe packs a lot of history into such a small village, including a pictish stone, a Telford church, a post medieval iron furnace, and the famous Inverewe Garden. On our walk we might see ducks and dippers on the river, a sea eagle overhead, waders and even an otter or seal from the shoreline. The walk is about 2.5 miles and will take around 2.5 hours on mostly flat, tarred paths.

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Meet at the Riverside Car Park next to the bridge at Poolewe (if full, free parking with toilet facilities is available next to the village shop over the bridge). Adults £20, children 6-16 £5, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Thursday June 24th 2021 2pm

Poolewe Shoreline Nature Watch

An easy one-hour walk along Poolewe seafront at low tide looking out for waders, ducks and divers, seabirds and maybe a seal or otter fishing.

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Meet at Roasters Highland Coffee Box on the seafront at Poolewe (free parking with toilet facilities is available next to the village shop or at the Riverside car park by the bridge). Adults £8, children 6-16 £2, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Thursday June 24th 2021 3.30pm

Nature and History on the River Ewe

A one-hour walk along the River Ewe at Poolewe, on mostly flat paths by the riverside. We'll look out for ducks, dippers and divers, martins and swallows, and we might even spot an otter or seal fishing at the river mouth too. We'll also visit an interesting historical site and learn a bit about Poolewe's past.

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Meet at the Riverside Car Park next to the bridge at Poolewe (if full, free parking with toilet facilities is available next to the village shop over the bridge). Adults £8, children 6-16 £2, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Tuesday June 29th 2021 2pm

Exploring Loch Ewe's Rainforest

Explore the 'Atlantic rainforest' at the head of Loch Ewe with us. We'll discover the trees, plants and lichens of the woodlands and learn all about the habitat. We might see some woodland birds such as treecreepers or crossbills, and signs of red squirrels or pine martens. The walk is about 2.5 miles and will take around 2.5 hours allowing us plenty of time to stop and observe.

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Meet at Roasters Highland Coffee Box next to the campsite on Poolewe seafront. Free parking and toilets are available in Poolewe village centre five minutes' walk away (sorry no parking at Roasters). Adults £20, children 6-16 £5, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Wednesday June 30th 2021 10.30am

Discover Poolewe's Nature and History

Poolewe packs a lot of history into such a small village, including a pictish stone, a Telford church, a post medieval iron furnace, and the famous Inverewe Garden. On our walk we might see ducks and dippers on the river, a sea eagle overhead, waders and even an otter or seal from the shoreline. The walk is about 2.5 miles and will take around 2.5 hours on mostly flat, tarred paths.

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Meet at the Riverside Car Park next to the bridge at Poolewe (if full, free parking with toilet facilities is available next to the village shop over the bridge). Adults £20, children 6-16 £5, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Thursday July 1st 2021 2pm

Nature and History on the River Ewe

A one-hour walk along the River Ewe at Poolewe, on mostly flat paths by the riverside. We'll look out for ducks, dippers and divers, martins and swallows, and we might even spot an otter or seal fishing at the river mouth too. We'll also visit an interesting historical site and learn a bit about Poolewe's past.

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Meet at the Riverside Car Park next to the bridge at Poolewe (if full, free parking with toilet facilities is available next to the village shop over the bridge). Adults £8, children 6-16 £2, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.

Tuesday July 30th 2021 3.30pm

Shores, Moors and Woodlands of Loch Ewe

Take a tour round three of the different habitats of Loch Ewe. We'll learn about the species that live on the shoreline, in the woodland and on the moors. Waders, otters, red squirrels and eagles all live here so who knows what we might see? The walk is about 2.5 miles and will take around 2.5 hours allowing us plenty of time to stop and observe.

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Meet at Roasters Highland Coffee Box next to the campsite on Poolewe seafront. Free parking and toilets are available in Poolewe village centre five minutes' walk away (sorry no parking at Roasters). Adults £20, children 6-16 £5, please bring cash as we have no card facilities. Booking essential as numbers are limited due to Covid restrictions; for more information, any questions or to book please contact us.