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Intro to Bushcraft


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Word of the Mini-Beast


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Blue Gym

June 24, 2017

Tracking Trails: An Introduction to Animal Tracking

July 2, 2017

World of the Mini-Beast

July 4, 2017

Bushcraft for the Boys

July 9, 2017
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Bluebells and Gentle Woodland Wanderings!

We have had some magical sessions during the last couple of weeks as we have kicked off our ‘Wild Connections’ programme with the seniors in our community, strolling among the bluebells in the gardens of Kilravock Castle. An amazing couple of days, taking in one of our most spectacular seasonal events – bluebells flowering in the spring – and discovering many other native … Continued

31 May 2017 |

Wild things! up for Discussion in Parliament

It is a huge honour to discover that the work of Wild things! has been put forward for discussion in the Scottish Parliament! We were delighted to receive correspondence from Richard Lochhead, MSP, who has commended us on the charitable work we do in providing opportunities for young people to engage with the outdoors and learn new skills. … Continued

01 May 2017 |

Introduction to Bushcraft with Prince’s Trust

We spent a great couple of days last week days working with the Prince’s Trust on our new Introduction to Bushcraft for Outdoor Leaders course. The course is spread over two days and is a Level 2 NCFE accreditation. We covered so much during the course, looking in particular at conservation and safety in relation to Bushcraft. Within … Continued

24 Apr 2017 |

Patron's note



We are very fortunate to have Gordon Buchanan, Wildlife Filmaker of over twenty years, as our Patron.

“The work that Jennie and her team do to encourage people from all backgrounds and abilities to get outside, learn about, experience the great outdoors is really inspiring and I look forward to working with them to support this extremely valuable work.”

Gordon Buchanan