Edinburgh Shoreline staff and volunteers spent a very pleasant Saturday in the Brunstane Burn with the Forth Rivers Trust, learning to survey invertebrates. Many thanks to Amy and Jonathan for spending a Saturday with us.
Many thanks to our super colleague Martine Borge, the Scottish Native Plant Horticulturist here at the Botanics, for hosting a group of residents from Wardie Bay Resident Association today.
A rare collection of colour photographs of Portobello during the 1950s and 60s have gone on display at Portobello library, Rosefield Avenue.
On Sunday 1st September, the Edinburgh Shoreline Project and Lothian Conservation Volunteers planted a new wildflower meadow at Cramond.
Local resident Morag Edward is displaying a series of her artworks as part this years’ Porty Art Walk. Morag takes inspiration from the Edinburgh coast (as well us other coastlines around Scotland) and paints seascapes often with boats, birds, wildlife and swimmers in these scenes.
The Edinburgh Shoreline Project is delighted to offer the opportunity for one P6 or P7 class from a school in a coastal region of Edinburgh to visit RSPB Skinflats, near Falkirk.