Does Scotland Have Wolves?

Wolves have been the subject of human persecution for thousands of years, even though they help to keep populations of grazing animals under control.

This intelligent and sociable animal is famous for its ability to thrive in the most difficult habitats, helped no end by the fact that it’s an incredibly successful pack hunter.

Find out if wolves live in Scotland – as well as other predators – in this article.

Are There Bears in Scotland?

Bears once thrived in Scotland, and remains have been found everywhere from the Borders to the far north, but are there any still living in the wild today?

Discover the story of Scotland’s brown bears in this article, which includes information about where you can see them, as well as other wild animals that still live in the remotest regions of Scotland.

Isle of Lunga Visitor Guide

The Isle of Lunga lies west of Mull and east of Tiree on the west coast of Scotland. This remote volcanic island is the largest of the Treshnish Isles, yet it’s only 81 hectares in size.

Visitors can explore Lunga as part of an organized tour to see the island’s famous colonies of puffins, as well as thousands of pairs of breeding seabirds, seals, and rare plants.

60 Interesting Facts About Scotland

Scotland is full of surprises. Whether it’s the jaw-dropping views of Glencoe or the magical atmosphere of Edinburgh, this country is regarded as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Discover a collection of fascinating facts about Scotland in this article.

Red Squirrels in Scotland – The Ultimate Guide

Red squirrels may be declining in other parts of the UK but here in Scotland we have healthy – and even growing – populations that are estimated to exceed 120,000 animals.

Discover exactly where red squirrels like to live, what you should feed them and the threats they face in this ultimate guide.

Loch Leven Visitor Guide

Loch Leven is a large expanse of water situated in the rural Scottish county of Perth and Kinross. The National Nature Reserve is renowned for the number of wildfowl that live there and in fact, it’s home to more breeding ducks than anywhere else in Europe.

Where To See Highland Cows in Scotland

Highland Cows are a Scottish breed of rustic cattle known for their thick, shaggy coats that enable them to survive in the harshest of temperatures.

In this article you’ll learn all about the ‘Heilan Coo’ and discover the best places in Scotland to see them.

Where To See Puffins in Scotland

Everybody loves puffins. There’s something about their oversized heads and brightly-coloured stripy beaks and that makes them impossibly endearing.

In this article I’ll show you the best places to see these fascinating seabirds.

Glen Etive Visitor Guide

What if I told you there’s a 12-mile stretch of road where you can see those mountains, rivers and forests in a single relatively small area, where gob-smackingly beautiful vistas open up around every corner on a secluded, frequently tourist-free single-track road?

Things to Do in the Scottish Highlands – Complete Visitor Guide

The Highlands are famous for their breathtaking scenery where lochs, mountains, and forests offer activities for visitors of all ages and interests whether it’s hill walking, mountain biking, wild camping, or sightseeing on a driving holiday.

Discover the best things to do in the Scottish Highlands with this complete visitor guide.

Things to Do in Edinburgh – Complete Visitor Guide

Edinburgh hosts 12 major cultural events each year including The Fringe (the world’s biggest arts festival) and Edinburgh’s Hogmanay (one of the biggest street parties in the world). Edinburgh is also a UNESCO City of Literature and the city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Discover the best things to do in Edinburgh with this complete visitor guide which includes useful visiting advice, travel information, and much more.