About Us

Naturedays is the project title for the work of the Aigas Trust for Environmental Education which was established in 1980. For over 30 years we have been delivering environmental education to school children and adults throughout the Highlands. We are based 20 minutes west of Inverness and offer a number of set programmes along with bespoke courses to a whole host of schools, out of school clubs and families. 

Chloe - Education Manager

Chloe - Education Manager

Rachel - Education Officer

Rachel - Education Officer

I have always had an interest in nature and have a background in Biology and wildlife from my studies. I enjoy sharing my passion with everyone and love seeing children exploring and getting excited about the outdoors.

Kerri Milligan - Education Officer

Kerri Milligan - Education Officer

My interest in nature was sparked at a very young age from wildlife encountered on family walks. This inspired me to study Zoology at Leeds University. In 2014 I moved to South Africa for 2 years to become a nature guide and work on a wildlife monitoring project. I am passionate about environmental education and believe it should be accessible to people of all ages and from all backgrounds.

The Magnus House

Our eco-friendly education centre is the perfect base for all group visits. Within minutes you can walk up to the loch, onto the moor, into the forest or down through the gardens.

Magnus House Facilities
  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Audio-visual facilities

  • 100 person capacity

  • Spacious entrance hallway with coat hooks

  • Six toilets including disabled and nappy-changing facilities

  • Parking available

  • Basic kitchen attached

The Aigas Estate

Our private estate makes the ideal, safe environment for adventures into the wild. We are spoilt with our range of natural habitats as well as purpose-built educational resources including our Cottage Garden and pond-dipping platform.

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