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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:

Tuesday 2 February: 7:30pm Talk: The Importance of Fleecefaulds Meadow to the Scottish Wildlife Trust.

Our chair, Alison Irvine, will give this Joint lecture with the Friends of St Andrews University Botanic Gardens.  

Free admission. St Andrews University Chemistry Department, Lecture Theatre A, Purdie Building, North Haugh, St Andrews.

Thursday  10 March 7.30pm Illustrated Talk,

A Walk on the Wildside by Ron McCombe. Our annual joint meeting with Kinross Camera Club. 

Free Admission. Meet at Kinross Church Centre, 64 High Street, Kinross

Sunday 27 March 10:00am Outing:

Lochore Meadows: Wildlife Walk

Wildlife Walk to look for signs of spring.

Meet at Lochore Meadows Car Park

Correction: “The Importance of Fleecefaulds Meadow to the Scottish Wildlife Trust”   . This will take place on  Tuesday 2nd February  and  NOT Tuesday 16th Feb  



Contact Paul Blackburn for details: 01382 542826