This blog was last updated on 1 September 2020 and will no longer be updated. For all the latest information about our reserve facilities and what measures are in place to keep visitors, staff and volunteers safe please visit: https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/rspb-news/news/stories/coronavirus/reserve-reboot/
Visiting our reserves: Check before you go!
With the continued easing of restrictions in Scotland we know that a lot of you (and us!) will be really keen to get out there and explore Scotland’s amazing wildlife and landscapes. Knowing just how important nature is for all us we are working hard to get our reserve facilities open once again so we can welcome you back safely onto our sites.
Like many other organisations we have had to furlough a number of our front of house teams in order to help the charity through this tricky time. We are beginning to bring staff back to work and ensure our sites have all the necessary systems in place to keep visitors, staff and volunteers safe. It may mean some of our facilities will remain closed for now but we will open them up just as soon as we can.
With this in mind we have pulled together a quick and easy table of what facilities are currently open at each site. This will be regularly updated with the latest information so please check back here before visiting.
Our paths are accessible in line with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and as ever we ask that visitors respect nature and act responsibly. All visitors should also follow the latest Scottish Government advice on physical distancing and hygiene.
A few top tips if heading out to our reserves –
We hope you enjoy getting back out in nature and we can’t wait to welcome you back.
As our reserve shops remain closed please visit: rspb.org.uk/shop
For further information on visiting Scotland’s natural places please visit –
Scottish Outdoor Access Code - https://www.outdooraccess-scotland.scot/
Cairngorms National Park - https://cairngorms.co.uk/
Loch Lomond Trossachs National Park - https://www.lochlomond-trossachs.org/
Last updated 1 September 2020
Please note that some of the facilities at the reserves are owned and run by our partners. We are working with them to get these open as soon as possible but only when it is safe for everyone to do so.
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I enjoy visiting reserves and forestries. I love the animals as well.
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Love Scotland, specifically Loch Lomond! Can't wait to be back once Covid is over, such a serene place.
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