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Want to learn about who lives on the islands of North Berwick, why they live there, what they eat or even how climate change is effecting them?
Do you want to solve a wildlife crime using forensic science, build your own recycled boat or take part in a debate about fishing?
Then book a visit and try out one of our Curriculum for Excellence linked educational workshops. We will happily adapt and modify workshops to suit your requirements.
Animal homes and Habitats - Who lives on an island like this?
Litter - What a waste - 1st level
Litter - What a Waste - 2nd level
Food Chains - Who's eating who? - 1st level
Food chains and webs - Seabird survival - 2nd level
Food Chans, Webs and adaptation -I gannet believe it! - 2nd Level
Lifecycles -Seal craft - 1st level
Lifecycles - Seal craft - 2nd level
Water Cycle - Water, water everywhere - 1st level
Water Cycle - Water, water everywhere - 2nd level
Wildlife Crime - CSI Seabird - 2nd level
Biodiversity bingo and debate - 2nd Level
Renewable energy - Full of energy - 2nd Level
The Scottish Seabird Centre has won
over 25 awards for sustainability, quality,
innovation and customer service.
A charity dedicated to inspiring people to care for
wildlife and the natural environment.
Reg Charity SCO25837
Scottish Seabird Centre
Telephone: +44(0)1620 890 202