Learn about these fantastic birds seen regularly on the reserve at Caerlaverock
A poem by Andy Ormandy
Find out the variety of autumn fruits that are appearing around the reserve
All winter, strange creatures have been hibernating at the bottom of the pond. In spring, the pond is starting to awaken...
One of the first butterflies to herald spring is the Orange-tip butterfly. Their story is intertwined with that of the Ladies Smock or Cuckoo flower...
Discover the Scottish names for some of our best-known birds!
Meet some of our whooper swan characters
Find out about the wonderful ducks that visit Caerlaverock in winter
World Wetlands Day takes place annually on 2nd February and is a celebration of wetland habitats around the world.
Find out about the Caerlaverock badgers and their antics on the reserve
WWT Caerlaverock is a large wetland reserve and there are many corners to hide away, take some space and relax with nature. It changes drastically from summer to winter as wildlife comes and goes. Here the staff at Caerlaverock share what they love abou
Find out more about the friendly Christmas robin!
Some ideas for New Years Resolutions that benefit wildlife and wetlands!
Winter is a fantastic time to watch a wide range of birds on the wetlands at WWT Caerlaverock. Find out the best places to visit around the reserve this winter!
Lose yourself in a winter wonder wetland at WWT Caerlaverock!