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With stunning views across Easter Ross to Ben Wyvis, Tollie Red Kites provides close-up views of our most graceful bird of prey. A team of volunteers feed the birds every day and you can watch them feed from the comfort of a specially-converted...more
All reviews beautiful birds viewing area great photos off the beaten track ample parking on duty birds of prey bird watchers rspb site car park volunteers kittens kite buzzards donation visitors warden
Took my wee mam up to see the red kites.It was really great to see these magnificent birds of prey up close. Volunteers were on hand to answer any questions and were very passionate about the work they do, rightly so. Lovely outing.More
TollieRedKites, Communications at Tollie Red Kites, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Thanks so much for your 5 star review of your trip to Tollie Red Kites. We are delighted to hear that you and your mum enjoyed your day! It is a fantastic way to see these magnificient birds up close. Hope you'll visit again one...More
My wife and I stumbled upon Tollie Red Kites during our recent two week trip to Scotland. We were heading for Inverness after driving all day from Glenfinnan, to the Eilean Doran castle, on to Skye and then looping up north. We both needed to...More
We had an excellent visit today to see the red kites. Brad who manages the site was on hand to answer questions, and is clearly very knowledgeable. The kites were stunning to see, and we would highly recommend this as a place to visit.
We arrived not knowing quite what to expect. 230pm in summer is when they put food out for the Kites. Two were already waiting in the trees when we arrived. We sat in front of a large window which gave a great view looking across...More
The road to the kites is off the beaten track and you can barely call it a road, it was very pitted and potted. The site itself is quite basic, says picnic area which is two benches, the guide/feeder was not particularly friendly, chatty or...More
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TollieRedKites, Manager at Tollie Red Kites, responded to this reviewResponded 6 June 2018
Sorry, to hear you were disappointed with your visit. Unfortunately the maintenance of the track is out of our control, but we are doing what we can to reduce the size and number of potholes. I agree about the feeding situation using a table being...More
Red Kites may be common in many parts of UK now but it is still great to see them diving down to skim the feeding table and before you know it swinging back in for more. The warden is very helpful and you get a...More
We visited the RSPB Tollie Red Kites yesterday and weren’t disappointed! The gentleman who came to feed was right on tome at 2:30 spreading the meat out. We saw 6 birds feeding along with lots of gulls and 2 buzzards. It was stunning!!
We went on Thursday 22nd March. We knew the feeding was not for about an hour but were delighted to see Red Kites already flying about. The place looked as if it wasn’t open because there were no cars in the car park but you...More
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TollieRedKites, Manager at Tollie Red Kites, responded to this reviewResponded 24 March 2018
Thank you for your Kind words, I will pass on your thanks to Evelyn.