Bawsinch and Duddingston Loch: A Wild Tale
Holyrood Park, 18 January 2014
Find out what slithers, swims, hops, crawils, jumps, walks, flies, flutters and buzzes in the heart of Scotland's capital. Discover why Bawsinch really is a wildlife haven and jewel of Holyrood Park.
Learn more about the Scottish Wildlife Trust's long term goals and management plans for this secluded corner. Delivered by Ken Knowles, Scottish Wildlife Trust's Convener for Bawsinch, this will prove a fascinating presentation.
: 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm.
Warm, waterproof clothing and sensible footwear (with grips). A packed lunch.
At the Education Centre.
Access to gorse cutting areas may involve rough tracks and steep inclines. The litter pick can be arranged along paved paths.
Booking is essential
(limit of 20 people): Please phone the Ranger Service for more details.
Historic Scotland member