For over 20 years the Scottish Seabird Centre has been helping people to learn about Scotland’s marine wildlife and seabirds. Our base on the edge of the Firth of Forth in East Lothian gives us access to amazing coastal seascapes and underwater environments. These include the Bass Rock which supports the world’s largest colony of northern gannets. We want everyone to be able to engage with Scotland’s marine environment and understand how to protect it.
Each of our ‘Dive-In’ resource packs is created around a marine-related theme and contains a mix of facts, puzzles and other activities.
Our Citizen Science pack is aimed at primary school age children and looks at how anyone can contribute to scientific projects.
Our Marine Renewable Energy pack (in collaboration with the European Marine Energy Centre) and Marine Science Careers pack would suit late Primary and early Secondary years.
In our ‘Seaside Science’ video you will discover more about ocean acidification, which is connected to climate change and you can try this experiment at home. If you would like further information on our resources please see: www.seabird.org