Based in Selkirk, at the heart of the Scottish Borders, our not for profit company encourages community involvement in wildlife, nature and conservation projects.
Go Wild Scotland runs a community wildlife project in Mauldsheugh Wood in Selkirk, where it has created a demonstration physical and digital nature trail. The company is keen to collaborate with other community groups at the site.
To support our community projects we offer a range of nature experiences, including nature tours, team wellbeing packages and volunteering experiences where guests can find out more about the wildlife of southern Scotland while getting actively involved in conservation work.
Our wildlife ranger Lisa also runs junior nature clubs, is available for school visits and organises volunteer events.
The company can provide professional photography and content services and consultancy for businesses interested in promoting wildlife viewing, tourism and other nature-based activities.
The shop offers ethically-sourced merchandise including T-shirts and prints sold under our own trademarked Scottish Nature ® brand.