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The ‘Beast from the East’ and all the snow, hail and wind it brought with it was beginning to seem like a distant memory, but now that the weather has taken a wintry turn again, it feels like it was just yesterday.You may have noticed that the Montrose Basin Visitor Centre was closed for a few days due to the bad weather and road conditions.Camera traps are being used more often in research and wildlife management. It’s that time again – people are coming up with resolutions, looking back on the good (and bad!) parts of the last year, and turning over new leaves.Stagecoach single and return bus tickets are useful if you're an occasional passenger.You can buy single and return tickets from our driver or your local ticket agent (only in some areas).For a full access guide, VISITOR CENTRE Mid-Feb to 31 Oct: open daily from 10.30am-5pm 1 Nov to Mid-Feb: open Fri to Mon from 10.30am-4pm Closed on 25 & 26 Dec and 1 & 2 Jan Adults: £4 Concession: £3 Members: FREE Children (5-16 years): 50p Children (under 5 years): FREE Family: £7.50 (2 adults and 2 children), 50p for extra children Groups: 10% discount for groups of 11 or more Yesterday we were very excited to hear that the first osprey chick has hatched at Loch of the Lowes!This past month has been all about ospreys, not just because of the nesting activity and eggs at Loch of the Lowes, but because we’ve been seeing ospreys fishing at Montrose Basin almost every single day since the beginning of May.
It’s an exciting place to visit multiple times because you really get to see the effect the…
VISITING THE RESERVE By road, the reserve can be located on the A92 Montrose to Arbroath road, just 1 mile out of town.
The visitor centre is well signposted and free parking is available.
Understandably, many people chose to wait out the snowstorms and stay indoors where it…
We’ve been noticing lots of signs of Spring these past few weeks – snowdrops are starting to crop up all around the visitor centre, the garden birds are beginning to sing much more enthusiastically, and (on the most part) the weather has been a lot more pleasant.