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Join our Big Bird Day Out at St Andrews Castle

20 August 2012

Come along to St Andrews Castle on Saturday 25th August and take part in our ‘Big Bird Day Out’ activity day.

There will be lots of fun-filled activities for all the family including bird watching with telescopes and binoculars, making bird feeders, Raptor Realm walk, quizzes plus our very special guests the birds of prey from Kingdom of Fife Falconry.

Historic Scotland Rangers, the SSPCA and the RSPB will all be taking part in the event, which is included in the normal price of admission.

The event runs from Noon to 4:00 pm.

Andy Smart,  one of Historic Scotland’s Rangers said:  “This will be a great day out for all the family with plenty of hands on activities. There should be lots of birds to observe on the rocks and visitors can get up close to birds of prey such as falcons and owls.

“This is a great viewpoint for observing birds and some 40 species, mainly seabirds, are regularly spotted.”

Admission:

Adult: £5.50  Child £3.30  Concessions: £4.40
Admission free to Historic Scotland members

Notes for editors:

  • Historic Scotland is an executive agency of the Scottish Government charged with ensuring that our historic environment provides a strong foundation for a successful future for Scotland. The agency is fully accountable to Scottish Ministers and through them to the Scottish Parliament.

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  • The Year of Creative Scotland began on January 1, 2012 and will spotlight and celebrate Scotland’s cultural and creative strengths on a world stage. Through a dynamic and exciting year-long programme of activity celebrating our world-class events, festivals, culture and heritage, the year puts Scotland’s culture and creativity in the international spotlight with a focus on cultural tourism and developing the events industry and creative sector in Scotland. More information about the programme can be found at: www.visitscotland.com/creative

  • The Year of Creative Scotland is a Scottish Government initiative led in partnership by EventScotland, VisitScotland, Creative Scotland and VOCAL. More information and resources to help businesses engage with Year of Creative Scotland are available at  www.visitscotland.org/yearofcreativescotland-toolkit

                                                       Year of Creative Scotland 2012

For further information


Jennifer Johnston-Watt
Communications and Media Officer
Communications and Media
0131 668 8070 or 07827 956 866
jennifer.johnstonwatt@scotland.gsi.gov.uk