jools carIf you’d like a guide for a day or two of wildlife watching in Central Perthshire, you’ve come to the right place. Days out can be tailored to give you the best chance of catching up with many different species including European beaver, Black and Red grouse, Ptarmigan, Red deer, Roe deer, Mountain hare, Red squirrel, Golden plover, Osprey and many more. For a complete wildlife watching mini-break in Perthshire, we work with various accommodation providers and can pull together a holiday just for you!

With a maximum of four per group our wildlife tours are small and exclusive and are available as half day (£100 for up to three or four people) or whole day tours (£200 for up to three or four people). See the Walks & Bookings tab to book your wildlife-watching day out.


Excellent beaver walk tonight, lots of interesting info about the beavers and plantlife around the river and what a show they put on for us!
Jean after a Brilliant Blairgowrie Beavers Walk July 13

Fantastic walk tonight. The beavers performed like TV stars. Guides were so knowledgeable. Thoroughly recommend.
Liz after a Brilliant Blairgowrie Beavers Walk June 13

Just a quick email to say thanks so much for the walk/talk, I was talking to the actors yesterday and they had a great time. Wendy said you saw several bats including Soprano pipistrelle, as well as a deer, the osprey & salmon, and more swifts and so on in the second half of the walk. When I got home I heard birds “shrieking” I looked up and there above me were 8 or 9 swifts circling and screaming – so now I know that sound too! Thanks again.
Drew, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, after a bat & swift walk July 13

I just wanted to thank you for a wonderful evening with the beavers. It was truly magical to see them in the UK again after such a long absence, please let me know if there is anything that I can do to support the beavers’ cause in Blairgowrie and across Scotland.                       - Jason after a Brilliant Blairgowrie Beavers Walk June 14


A report and some movie clips from a Brilliant Blairgowrie Beavers guided walk