Dr Bryan Nelson Memorial Lecture
Around the world, the majority of seabird populations are declining – many of them to globally threatened levels. From the puffins and kittiwakes of the British Isles to the albatross and petrels of the southern oceans, species are suffering due to pollution, climate change, commercial fisheries and habitat loss. Join Professor John Croxall from BirdLife International to hear about the pioneering conservation work that’s been taking place to try and save these precious birds and where this could be taking us in future.
Craiglockhart Campus, Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh Napier University
Tickets £6, Booking Essential
More Info: https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/events-dates-and-inspiration/events/details.aspx?id=tcm:9-443540
Annual Duck Race – Plastic ducks are released down the burn and the winner receives a prize.
2:30pm Sun 18th Mar 2018 to 4:30pm Sun 18th Mar 2018
Outdoor dinosaur event with life-sized animatronic dinosaur models with moving parts and sound effects. Tour lasts for 45 minutes. This is a car free event.
More Info: http://www.jurassickingdom.uk/edinburgh/
10:00am Fri 30th Mar 2018 to 5:00pm Sun 15th Apr 2018
EASTER EGG HUNT – discretionary donation of £3 per child to Friends of Starbank Park Funds
10:30am Fri 30th Mar 2018 to 11:30am Fri 30th Mar 2018