Wildlife in Dumfries & Galloway
Dumfries & Galloway's wildlife is wonderful from red squirrels to rutting stags, beautiful butterflies to wild geese, nesting ospreys to natterjack toads.
Dumfries & Galloway's Local Nature Reserves have plenty to keep birdwatchers fascinated and are home to a diverse array of wildlife.
Experience great views of rare red kites, admire rutting deer and spot red squirrels in Galloway Forest Park.
See the natural world of Dumfries & Galloway at its best - get out in the countryside where the wild things are...
More commonly known as Scotland's Book Town, Wigtown has another claim to fame - ospreys. You can get up close and personal with these stunning birds.
From seabirds to sunsets, witness life on the edge at the most southerly point in Scotland.
Experience some amazing places and view wildlife from birds to butterflies at Dumfries & Galloway's four National Nature Reserves.
See one of Scotland’s great wildlife spectacles – the flocks of wintering wild geese and swans – at two wonderful reserves on the Solway Firth.
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Order Dumfries and Galloway Brochures & Guides, such as the Accommodation Guide, Visitors Guide, Golf Guide, Walking Guide & Cycling Guide.
Enjoy a day in Galloway Forest Park
Join a walking festival
Choose from three excellent golf trails
Pedal along to cycling history
Explore grand castles of Dumfries & Galloway
Explore man-made and natural wonders
Explore acclaimed gardens and nurseries
Discover fascinating museums
Visit all four National Nature Reserves
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