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Welcome: This website is dedicated to the wildlife and activities of the Scottish Wildlife Trust Members Centre in Fife and Kinross.

  WHERE TO SEE WILDLIFE in Fife and Kinross

Fife and Kinross reserve map Bankhead Moss, Peat InnFife Ness Muir, CrailKilminning Coast, CrailWest Quarry Braes, CrailBarnyards Marsh, KilconquharLielowan Meadow, near SalineCullaloe, AberdourCarlingnose, QueensferryFleecefaulds Meadow, CeresDumbarnie Links, Largo Bay

The purpose of these pages is to keep our members informed of what is happening in our Members Centre area and at the same time to tell everyone about wildlife in our part of Scotland

In these pages you will find details of our reserves, our programme of events, contact details, and our newsletter (FAWN).

For the latest MC news, please don't forget to read the Announcements panel on the right and visit the Events page (link to the left).


Next meetings:

Sun 22 July 10 am - 4 pm   

Outing: Tayport to Tentsmuir Point   

A leisurely walk looking at plants, butterflies and birds with the chance of spotting dolphin and osprey.  Bring packed lunch if you want the full outing or just come along for the morning if you prefer. 

Meet at links road car park, Tayport  NO 463 282
Sat 29 September 2 – 4 pm

Outing:  Findattie   
A walk by Loch Leven to look for signs of Autumn.      

Meet Findattie Car Park   NT 170 992 
Sat 13 October  10 am – 12.30 pm 

Outing:  Dunnikier Park , Kirkcaldy   
Parkland  and specimen trees . 

Meet at car park at the bottom of the hotel and golf course access road - grid ref NT277 938 
Wed 17 October 7.30 pm  

Joint Talk with  Pitcairn Society   
Topic and Speaker to be confirmed.   

Collydean Community Centre,Glenrothes KY7 6UL 
Tue 6 November  7.30 pm

Joint talk with Friends of the St Andrews Botanic Gardens.   
Roy Sexton: “Orchids of Central Scotland”   Lecture Theatre B, Chemistry Department, North Haugh,  University of St Andrews  
Sun 18 November  2-4pm  Outing:  Newburgh – River Tay     
Mugdrum island  and the Tay waterfront. Hopefully some  spectacular murmurations of Starlings over the reed beds. 
Meet Mugdrum Park Car Park at W end of Newburgh    

Thu 6 December 7.30 pm: AGM followed by a talk from Rebecca Crawford of Butterfly Conservation 
Age Concern Hall, Provost Wynd, Cupar, KY15 5HE
N.B. We have vacancies for committee members.   Contact the secretary if you would like to play a role in our Fife and Kinross Members Centre  

For more information on all outings contact  Paul Blackburn on 01382 542826