Discover Lesser-Seen Rugged Coasts, Ancient Forest & Wild Moors in Europe's Last Great Wilderness
See what sorts of diverse wildlife and lush landscapes you'll see on our Scotland adventure. See wildlife of Scotland's highlands such as red deer, puffin, badger, pine marten, and the European beaver. Off the coast of the Outer Hebrides Islands, watch playfull bottlenose dolphins, seals and minke whales during private boat excursions. During Scotland's summer, the Highlands and islands are a flurry of wildlife activity!
Originally presented February 6, 2018
Rough Guide readers recently named Scotland the most beautiful country in the world, and you'll likely agree when you join us for this webinar journey through Scotland's Wild Highlands and Islands.
See a Different Side of Scotland
Rough Guide readers recently named Scotland the most beautiful country in the world, and you'll likely agree when you join us for this webinar journey through Scotland's Wild Highlands and Islands. Your guides are Nat Hab Expedition Leader Jonathan Willet and Scottish conservationist Sir Warwick Lister-Kaye, expert naturalists with a passion for sharing the drama and diversity of Scotland's wild side. From the rugged coast and serene coves of the Outer Hebrides to heather-clad moors, silver lochs and forested mountains inland, Scottish landscapes are striking. Wildlife abounds here, with millions of seabirds in some of Europe's largest nesting colonies, and red deer and pine marten that dwell in the remote northern Highlands. Visit Aigas Field Center and learn about efforts to restore native beaver and Scottish wildcat populations. And cruise among prolific marine life on two private boat trips, including the world's most northerly population of bottlenose dolphins.