Assynt, situated on the west coast of Scotland is home to stunning scenery and wildlife

Welcome to Assynt Field Club

Our website is your route to discovering and enjoying the amazing wildlife and wild spaces which can be found throughout the parish of Assynt. Located on the west coast of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland Assynt contains some of the most breath-taking scenery you will encounter from deep sea lochs to pristine beaches and magnificent mountains.

The variety of species which can be spotted in this unique area, whether birds, bugs, dolphins, fungi, plants or whales cannot fail to inspire both the casual and more experienced observer; if you are travelling the North Coast 500 for example, over 45 miles of which are in Assynt, stop with us a while, take time to appreciate the wider landscape and you never know what you might discover if you let our nature in.

We record and document a large number of wildlife sightings every year and each and every one helps enhance the knowledge and understanding of the nature of Assynt. You too can play a part in this by simply sending us your sightings either via the reporting form on this page or by email.

Whether you just want to browse our site, plan a visit or make use of the increasing amount of raw data which will be added over the coming months you are sure to find something of interest and we hope that you will visit us again to discover more about Assynt’s wildlife.

Upcoming Events

Birding in Cuba

Thursday March 15th 2018

Woodland Creation in the Crofting Communities

Thursday April 19th 2018

What's New?


February 21st 2018

Young Wildcats - HILL to GRILL

February 16th 2018

Young Wildcats - Catch me if you CAM

February 16th 2018

Buds going nowhere

February 15th 2018

Bird species recorded in Assynt

January 30th 2018

Report a Sighting

Recent Sightings


single animal in full ermine Clachtoll Campsite (Jim Galway) (21/02)


single bird singing over Clachtoll campsite (Jim Galway) (21/02)


single animal feeding in Loch Inver (DAH) (21/02)

Pied Wagtail

single male Stoer green (DAH) (21/02)


single bird feeding Clashnessie Bay (DAH) (20/02)

Great Northern Diver

two birds Clashnessie Bay (DAH) (20/02)


four birds singing all within close proximity to one another, Clashnessie (DAH) (20/02)



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