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Seadrift Dunnet Visitor Centre

Photograph of Seadrift Dunnet Visitor CentreAs well as being a Visitor Centre, Seadrift is used as a base for Highland Council Rangers. They manage a number of sites in the countryside and organise walks, wildlife watches and activities for schools. You can find us at the north end of Dunnet sands about 1mile from Dunnet village.

On offer are:
Varied displays focusing on the plants, animals, birds and dolphins of the north.
Hands-on activities for children.
Magnificent views of wildlife and landscapes with opportunities to observe waders and other sea birds including the rare great northern diver and, on occasions, otters and dolphins.
Access to coastal, beach and forest walks.
Information provided by the Countryside Rangers on the natural heritage and archaeology of the area.

Opening times:
May-June and September
Fri and Sunday)
(Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur,
Fri and Sunday)

01847 821531

Postal Address
Seadrift Dunnet Visitor Centre
Dunnet Caravan Park

Mary Legg

News for Seadrift Dunnet Visitor Centre

Family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor CentreThumbnail for article : Family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor Centre
Science O3, the organising charity behind the annual Caithness International Science Festival, will be collaborating with The Highland Council Countryside Rangers to present a fun-filled family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor Centre on Saturday, 29th September 2012.   The day of workshops, talks and walks, led by the Highland Council's Countryside Rangers, will highlight the biodiversity of Caithness and allow people of all ages to learn more about the wonderful world of birds, bush craft, whales, bats and basket making.  

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