Educational walks at Drumlanrig
14th September, 2017
Fewer than 120,000 red squirrels remain in Scotland, however quite a number of the endangered species have been spotted around the Drumlanrig Estate and its Ranger Service is leading an awareness walk later this month.
On Sunday 24 September from 1-2.30pm visitors can learn more about red squirrels and their habitat, seeing up close where they call home at the Estate. Visitors will also hear more about the problems this breed are facing but more importantly, what can be done locally to help.
Claire Oram, Castle Manager at Drumlanrig Castle and Country Estate, said: “Our dedicated and experienced team of Rangers at Drumlanrig help visitors get the very best out of their trip to the Estate. They look after the conservation of the full Queensberry Estate but also provide activities and events for visitors of all ages throughout the visitor season.
“We look forward to welcoming visitors to the Red Squirrel Awareness Walk this month.”
To find out more about Ranger activities at Drumlanrig call 01848 331 555 or email [email protected]
Visitor season at Drumlanrig is from 10am – 5pm daily through to 30 September with the gardens and playground open until 31 October. The Estate will remain open throughout the year.