Wild Scottish bluebells are looking beautiful just now! This guided walk from Perthshire Wildlife takes you through one of the most amazing bluebell woods of Perthshire, near Murthly, where you'll discover the folklore and stories surrounding the ‘Fairy Flower’.
These native oakwoods are renowned for their wildlife and you should enjoy sightings of lots of woodland birds. The walk is about 2 miles long, on fairly flat but rough ground. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring waterproofs.
Tickets are £7.50 each or £15 for a family (up to 2 adults and 2 children – just purchase 2 tickets). Meet at side of road/ entrance to woods at NO134376 on Sunday 21st of May at 11am (walk will last 1.5 – 2 hours). A map of the meeting location will be e-mailed on booking.
Key species: Bluebells, Great-spotted woodpecker, Roe deer.
(NB If you can't make this date there's also another one happening on the 2nd June. See here for details>)