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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.

During  2014 (50th Anniversary year of the SWT)  the  8 area Reserves Managers are making an attempt to photograph each reserve through the changing seasons. It would be a great help if members visiting the reserves during the year could send images to our reserves manager Rory Sandison , or Corrine Thompson who manages the Trust’s image database.

  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 News page (link to the left).

Long Tailed Duck - See Winter Bird Watch in next meetings:



Next meetings: 

SATURDAY 22 November 1 – 3pm

Winter Bird Watch for Sea Duck and waders.

Take a break from Christmas Shopping in St Andrews to get a close up view of the offshore sea-duck ( which may include Long Tailed Duck, pictured centre ) and the waders on the rocky coast. Bring binoculars but telescopes will be available. Feel free to drop by for a quick view.

Meet at the Bruce Embankment, St Andrews, KY16 9AB at 1pm or the Scores East of The Castle at 2 pm.

Everyone welcome but donations invited from non-members.

Contact P Blackburn 01382 542826

Notice of AGM:

Date  Tuesday 9th December 7.30pm.

Members Centre AGM. St Andrews Town Hall, Queens Gardens, St Andrews KY16

AGM to be followed by a talk on Monitoring of Sea Mammal Populations  by Dr Catriona Martin , Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Monitoring, St Andrews University.