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RSPB Loch Lomond – Projects

Our new trails mean it's now much easier for people to explore this wonderful place.

Our first residential volunteers arrived in April 2016. The farmhouse is the perfect base for this and these volunteers will play a vital part in the work we undertake in the years to come.

We are continuing to run events and working with local schools and youth groups to bring more people closer to nature.

We’re all ears!
We would love to hear from you, so please get in touch to let us know what you think of our plans and what you would like to see happening here.

Our vision for RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond is that it will be a flagship site for both nature conservation and nature tourism in the National Park, and that it will form a core part of the local community. We’d love for you to be involved with this, be it through volunteering, visiting or simply supporting our work.

As well as being a wonderful place for wildlife, the site is also important in local history. So if a relation of yours used to work on the farm, if you used to walk along the Shore Wood path as a child, or if you know of anything else that’s relevant to the history of the site, please do get in touch.