Our tours are seasonal often running for only a couple of weeks, and are designed to show each aspect off to its finest. If you are hoping to tick off the best of Scotland has to offer in a hurry and aren't worried about seasonal variation in plumage and habits then drop us an email to discuss a bespoke tour. Want to get a feel for our tours or check out what we've been up to? Then head over to the NaturalistBlonde Blog for more!  

UPDATE     Due to relocation to the south, our tours are currently suspended


Coming soon to a shoreline near you! If you go down to the shore today you're in for a big surprise. An excited naturalist who is dying to show you the wonders of rockpools, point out the black guillemots and diving gannets, and look out for some big summer visitors! Look out for our guides on the Isle of Cumbrae this summer! More Details.



Join our staff for either a day or half day's activities run in wild Perthshire. Together we will search for crossbills, black grouse, deer, newts, pine martens and red squirrels.  More Details.


Where can you go for sharks, eagles, whales, puffins, otters and whisky distillery to boot? Mull of course. After teaching field courses on Mull for four years, Natalie is excited to offer something new. A three day residential course to enjoy all the best this treasure of an island has to offer. We will start with sea bird observations from the ferry, enjoy a calm evening beside Loch Striven looking for otters and diver, and take a short hop to Iona for calling corncrake. There will be white tailed eagle observations and a truly magical trip to Lunga, where we will rest in the company of breeding puffins and terns under the watch eyes of marauding bonxies. More Details.


Here in Perthshire the wildlife is tough, survivors that can outlast the snowiest of conditions, and that's when they look their best. Come visit us to experience the chill of the hills, see ptarmigan and snow bunting in their winter plumage, then warm up with a mug of hot chocolate (or something stronger) and a chance of pine martens in the evenings. This two day excursion will be based in Glenshee. More Details.



Join us for a tour of the newly leafed forests and defrosted hilltops of the Cairngorms National Park, here we will be on the lookout for flycatchers, wood warblers and tree pipits, as well as specialities such as ring ouzel, dotterel, and snowbunting. Be sure to pack your walking boots as this trip promises to have its steep moments. More Details



A mega been reported in Scotland/North England? Can get to the airport and looking for a lift? Let us chauffeur you! We're probably going that way anyway!