Wildlife Break Examples


Winter can be a hard time for wildlife in the Perthshire Highlands. With the winter cold, there’s a chance of seeing mammals such as Stoats and Mountain Hares in their winter coats and Red Deer will often wander closer to towns and villages. Suitable vantage points can provide good views of soaring raptors such as Red Kite and Buzzard scanning the ground below for dead animals.

Golden Eagles kick off their breeding season early with aerial courtship displays and young adults will be looking for a territory to call their own. Flocks of woodland birds such as Great, Blue and Long-tailed Tits can be seen often with Treecreepers and Goldcrests flitting amongst them. Winter can be rewarding, but patience and warm clothes are a must!




See below for a suggested itinerary for a split full day driven tour and what to bring along.

itinerary Itinerary
  • Itinerary to be confirmed
What to Bring What to Bring
  • Sturdy shoes or boots
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers (pack-away types recommended)
  • Extra layers for warmth
  • Binoculars and/or scope (binoculars can be provided on request)
  • Water
  • Packed lunch (optional as this can be provided or a meal stop can be planned in at a local eatery)
  • Essential medication (i.e. asthma inhaler, EpiPen®, Warfarin etc.)
  • Sunscreen
  • Mobile phone (recommended)
  • Hat, gloves and scarf (spares will be available)
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