Ranger Service

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The North Harris Ranger Service was started in October 2009 and is supported by funding from Scottish Natural Heritage and the Robertson Trust.

The main aims of the Ranger service are:

  • To ensure a warm welcome to visitors and provide support for people to enjoy the outdoors
  • To increase awareness, understanding, care and responsible use of the natural and cultural heritage of North Harris
  • To support the sustainable management and use of the outdoors

 

Guided Walks

The Ranger, Daryll Brown, leads a comprehensive programme of guided walks and events from April through to October.

The Guided Walks programme for the year will be advertised on this website and is available in the Tarbert Tourist Information Centre, in Events magazine and in De Tha Dol, the local Harris paper.

North Harris Trust 2016 Guided Walks Booklet

School Work

The Ranger also works with all the Harris Schools to help foster a greater appreciation, responsibility and belonging to the local environment among young people.

Monitoring and Survey Work

The Ranger service carries out surveys and monitoring of various aspects of our rich natural heritage and is also working to control invasive plant species such as Gunnera.

For more information or to get involved with the Ranger service contact us on 01859 502 222, ranger@north-harris.org