Drop in to Baron's Haugh car park to find out about the plans being developed for the future of this fantastic nature reserve via their Public Consultation events!
To celebrate the Year of Coasts and Waters, this small exhibition explores Scotland’s diverse sea life and the many threats facing our marine life.
Feast your eyes on stunning, macro-photographic studies of seeds and fruits from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s Herbarium Collection.
An exhibition by members of the Society of Scottish Artists in response to the conflicting feelings insects inspire in a wide range of media.
Wonder Wander, by Edinburgh-based sculptor Andrea Geileis, is the first extensive display of outdoor sculptures in the grounds of Waterston House.
Edinburgh Zoo After Hours events return for summer 2021 giving you more opportunity to see your favourite animals!
This Ranger-led walk at Hopetoun House will lead you through the nature and history of Hopetoun’s designed landscape.
Take a fascinating journey around the world through this large-scale outdoor photography exhibition and explore how we connect to nature as humans.
The Heriot-Watt campus is a lovely, scenic spot for a walk with a side of learning. Framed by greenery and nature, the campus is brimming with intriguing facts about research into our climate's histor
As Scotland's (prolonged) Year of Coast and Waters continues, join us as we learn how to keep up with our beautiful country's seas and coasts in an ever changing landscape!
Join the Dynamic Earth team for these family-friendly walks in Holyrood Park exploring Edinburgh's past.
National Museum of Scotland is proud to be hosting Edinburgh Science Festival’s brand-new exhibition, Pale Blue Dot, created to celebrate the Year of Coasts and Waters 2020–21.
Join the wild side of life on this informative walk along the North Berwick shoreline with the team at the Scottish Seabird Centre!
Become a fossil detective and discover what ancient creatures can be found in rocks, buildings and even pavements right here in Edinburgh in this self-guided walking trail!
Come along for an introductory seaweed foray at North Berwick with Greg Kenicer on 2nd July and find out all about these incredible organisms in real-life!
Rounding off Edinburgh Science Festival’s contribution to the Scottish Year of Coasts and Waters, the European Stone Stacking Championships returns to Dunbar for the 4th Year.
Join Anna Canning, an expert botanist and wild plant forager, on this guided walk around Hopetoun and collect some wild ingredients to make a delicious snack or herbal remedy.
Enjoy your Bank Holiday at Hopetoun House with a Ranger-led stroll along the foreshore exploring part of the best of West Lothian's geological resource!
Animal Families and Me promises a unique opportunity to hear personal recollections of Gordon’s globetrotting travels, as he delves into his world of weird, wild and wonderful wildlife.
Experience an extraordinary collection of short films when the Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to the Festival Theatre on 1st and 2nd September!
The Ocean Film Festival returns to the Festival Theatre with a brand new selection of the most amazing ocean films.
A Ranger-led guided walk to help you investigate the tracks, trails and signs of the Hopetoun wildlife.
Come along for a gentle Ranger-led walk on to explore the fascinating world of fungi at Hopetoun House.
Make your evenings merry and bright this festive season with a magical journey through Edinburgh Zoo!
One of Scotland's most iconic events, The Royal Highland Show, returns to the Royal Highland Centre between the 23rd and 26th June 2022!
Every Sunday in June, MAKE at Dumbreck Stables will host outdoor nature art workshops for your mini creatives aged 5 - 11!
This year, Castlemilk Park Project are combining wildlife and photography in a series of photo walks and talks!
Join the Castlemilk Park Project team to find out more about what lives in your woodland, from edible plants to busy bees and species that invade to bats that soar at night!
Castlemilk Explorers is fun, free, nature group for 7 - 12 year old's to learn about nature in a fun environment!
Celebrate the Summer Solstice, enjoy hot drinks and listen to local stories over a fire at Castlemilk Park on Friday 18th June!
This workshop will help you identify some of the common butterfly species found at RSPB Loch Lomond, as well as going in search of the more unusual species like the small pearl-bordered fritillary!
Join the team at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond in Gartocharn and go in search of some natural foodie delights!
As the plants come in to their Summer season, join herbalist and foraging tutor Catriona Gibson on a guided walk around Queen's Park!
Join the Castlemilk Park Project team for a community clean before heading back to the stables to try an amazing wood-fired pizza using their outdoor pizza oven!
Get close to nature and find out all about Castlemilk Park stream's inhabitants on this dipping workshop!
Head along to Castlemilk Park on Wednesday 28th July for the annual Cassiltoun Family Forest Fun Day, this year's theme is Fairies & Goblins!
Join the Castlemilk Park Project team for a walk around Castlemilk Park whilst learning how to identify wildflowers or refresh your existing identification skills!
Your Community Wildflower Meadow needs some annual TLC! Join the Castlemilk Park Project team for their Volunteer Action Day on Saturday 11th September!
Explore the woodland trail and search for the hidden clues on RSPB Lochwinnoch's Crazy Duck Hunt!
Bo'mains is a Site of Special Scientific interest (SSSI). Join us for a leisurely guided walk of wildflower discovery and to learn why this site is so important.
The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is back with a brand-new collection of the world’s most incredible ocean films! Dive into a night of mesmerising ocean adventure at Macrobert Arts Centre!