A joint Scottish Wildlife Trust and Edinburgh Natural History Event.
We hope to showcase; WHO - meet the people and find out why they study nature, WHERE - see some urban/city sites where we find nature, WHAT - see the kind of species we find, HOW - the equipment we use and WHEN - find out why the time of day/year affects what we see.
Come and visit one or all of the sites; they should all give a different idea about how habitats are conserved and why it is important to understand what we share our city with.
The weekend is the City Nature Challenge Greater Edinburgh Project - you can take part in this as you travel between and visit sites - record your findings on iNaturalist.
The day will start at Red Moss (07.00-10.00) and move on to SWT Johnston Terrace (14.00-16.00) and finally Wardie Bay (18.00-later) - YOU DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER, TURN UP AND STAY AS LONG AS YOU LIKE
Hill to Sea - habitats, species and people
The first meeting point is at Red Moss SWT Reserve Car park EH14 7JT what3words combining.litters.attaching You may need to look around the reserve (boardwalks and birdhide) to find those taking part. See Red Moss details page on Scottish Wildlife Trust website for how to get there.
Leader: Nick Warren and Sarah Adamson.
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