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The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland (registered number SC040247), having its registered office at Harbourside House, 110 Commercial St, Edinburgh EH6 6NF. It is also a Scottish registered charity (charity number SC005792).
Last update: 20 April 2016
2014 was the 50th anniversary of the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
Initially the SWT was set up to protect the rapidly declining wildlife of Scotland and was run by an unpaid band of enthusiastic volunteers.
Over the years the Trust has expanded until today it has over 30,000 members and nearly 100 professional staff, all organised from its headquarters in Leith.
During this time the Trust has built up a network of 120 nature reserves and three visitor centres. It has led a number of wildlife conservation campaigns including the reintroduction of beavers, the protection of red squirrels, the designation of marine conservation areas and the banning of peat extraction.
Over 1000 unpaid volunteers assist with a broad range of SWT activities. They help manage the nature reserves, monitor wildlife populations, organise programmes of talks and walks, run children’s Watch Groups, fund raise, and monitor local planning applications.
These volunteering efforts are organised by the committees of Local Groups. In Mid-
Further details can be found on the SWT’s main web site http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/
Or by contacting:
SWT Head Office
110 Commercial St,
|Our local SWT Group|
|Site Management Days|
|Standing Up for Wildlife|
|Courses and Training|
|Explore on your own - Walks|
|Children's Wildlife Watch Group|
|Other Regional Groups & Activities|
|Callander Local Group|
|Falkirk Local Group|
|Plant Local Area NeTwork (PLANT)|
|Clacks Ranger Service|
|Stirling Ranger Service|
|Urban Butterfly Project|