Dark Skies, the Moon, and Wildlife of the Night

The Cairngorms Astronomy Group gives a brief introduction to the Dark Skies and what can be seen from Glenlivet Estate. We will also talk about the importance of night-time for wildlife.

Followed by a short walk to look at the moon through binoculars while learning all about it. We will be using bat detectors to see if we can discover some of our local flying mammals.

LOCATION Tomintoul and Glenlivet Discovery Centre
REQUIREMENTS Please wear appropriate clothing for weather. A camera and binoculars would be good if you have them but scopes will be provided on the night.
Suitable for children and families
TOILETS Yes – in the Visitor Centre
DOGS No dogs allowed.
DISABLED ACCESS Limited parking available at Square – overflow car parking 5-10 minutes walk from venue.
No steps into venue, walk will take in some grassed areas – mostly flat but can be mucky if wet. Accessible toilets at Discovery Centre.
COST £5 per adult, free for under 16s
BOOKING INFO Booking essential: click here to book now

  • Date : May 13, 2022 - May 13, 2022
  • Time : 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm (UTC)
  • Venue : Tomintoul and Glenlivet

Organizers

Crown Estate Scotland