Welcome to

Naturedays at Aigas

"Sharing the Wonders of the Wild Highlands"

If you want to see what we do, watch the video below!​

We are an environmental education provider and have been operating throughout Scotland for over 30 years. Our highly trained staff can deliver educational programmes at our base at Aigas Field Centre, in local green spaces, school grounds and in the classroom.


Our range of school programmes, suitable for children from nursery all the way through to advanced highers can be viewed on our Schools and Nurseries page.

We also run numerous public events throughout the year, for more information find our Public and Community page.


If you would like to get in touch or have any questions, please find our Contact page. 

Upcoming Events
Our Nature Clubs run on Tuesdays over the school holidays, starting on the 31st of March. We will take the children off of your hands for the day and explore Aigas estate with them!
Every other Thursday of the holidays is our Family Days. Bring the whole family along and learn about nature through activities and games. 
For more details or to book one of these events, go to Family Day and Nature Club pages.
As a charity, we rely heavily on donations and public support. We would like to thank everyone who has kindly donated to the Aigas Trust and given their support.
If you would like to donate, please see our Just Giving page.

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We would like to thank The Aigas Trust for Environmental Education for helping to fund the work of Naturedays, and Laurie Campbell for the use of his images throughout this website. We would also like to thank the following people for use of their photographs: Harry Martin Photography, Warwick Lister-Kaye, Liam Ring, and all past and present Aigas staff members for their contribution.

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