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Biodiversity Events in May

Did you know that 2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity?

May the 22nd is International Biodiversity Day and there are celebrations going on across the country. Here are a few ideas:

1st – 12th May: Biodiversity – Vital and Fragile Exhibition
Venue: Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick
Discover more about biodiversity, what it is, why it is vital to our survival and how we can help protect it.
More info

22nd May: International Year of Biodiversity Celebration
Venue: Dunnet Head Educational Trust, Caithness.
Join the discussions at Dunnet Head Educational Trust’s Centre when there is a live link up between Dunnet Head and the David Attenborough Centre, London. Dunnet Head is a rich source of biodiversity with its wealth of birdlife and wildlife, its peat bog, and folds of Highland cattle. Dunnet Head has been designated as a “Special Place” by Scottish Natural Heritage, recognising its wealth of bird and plant life and its peat bog.
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22nd May: Bird Calls for Beginners Walk
Venue: Cream o’Galloway, Dumfries and Galloway
Learn some basic bird calls on this lovely walk at organic farm, Cream o’Galloway near Castle Douglas. Walk starts at 10am. Price £3.
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