Wildlife watching in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
The woods, mountains, lochs and coasts of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park are rich in wildlife, making for some of the best bird watching and wildlife watching opportunities in Scotland. Below is some information about some of the animal species that live in the National Park and where you might see them.
Several places are of particular interest:
The Argaty Red Kite centre where these spectacular raptors may be observed and fed - between Doune and Dunblane
The David Marshall Lodge Osprey observation room. Watch live CCTV of the ospreys on the nest close by
The Trossachs bird of prey trail - a circular route visiting known habitations of various species
Birds of the Rob Roy Way at the Leny Pass - a gentle walk with the chance to observe many aquatic and woodland species
Loch Lomond Bird Of Prey Centre - +44 (0)7751-862416 - Rescue, Conservation & Education, Ballagan, near Balloch, Loch Lomond
Blair Drummond Safari Park - +44 (0) 1786 841456. A great day out for all the family with Wild Animal Reserves, Pet's Farm, Sea Lion Shows, Giant Astraglide, Adventure Play Area and much more. On the A84 between Doune and Stirling
Loch Loch Lomond Aquarium - +44 (0)1389 721500. In The tower at the Loch Lomond Shores Centre at Balloch.