How animals live

Interactive workshop with Young People's Book Prize shortlisted author Christiane Dorian

Christiane Dorian

Event details

Animals have adapted to life all over the planet, from the freezing poles to the hottest desert. In the How Animals Live workshop Christiane will explore the extraordinary diversity in animal life, and encourage children to reflect on how a tiny change can have a huge impact on a whole habitat and beyond.

The Centre will hold two workshops in support of the Young People's Book Prize 2014 on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July based on Christiane Dorion’s book How Animals Live.

The workshop includes an audio visual presentation with fun games, riddles and images from the book.

The workshops will be held In the Wildlife Theatre which is part of the Discovery Centre. Workshop participants will have access to the entire Centre throughout their visit including the interactive live cameras. A world-leader in remote wildlife viewing, the Centre uses state-of-the-art solar powered cameras on the Firth of Forth islands to beam back incredible live close-ups of seabirds and marine wildlife onto giant screens. The cameras are controlled remotely by visitors all without disturbing the animals in any way. Images are also beamed out live via the Centre’s live webcams at www.seabird.org.

Attending this event

Admission is included with Discovery Centre admission for the day. No pre-booking required, please ask for your tickets on arrival. Visit the Scottish Seabird Centre website for more details.

The Scottish Seabird Centre is a 5 star visitor attraction with an award-winning Discovery Centre, set in a stunning location overlooking the sea and sandy beaches of North Berwick in East Lothian. It is a registered charity dedicated to inspiring people to care for wildlife and the natural environment.

Events coming up

  • The interaction of fire and mankind 14 September 2015 at The Royal Society, London Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor Andrew Scott, Professor William Chaloner FRS, Professor Claire Belcher and Dr Chris Roos
  • The interaction of fire and mankind - further discussion 16 September 2015 at The Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, home of the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, Buckinghamshire Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor Andrew Scott, Professor William Chaloner FRS, Dr Claire Belcher and Professor Chris Roos
  • Volcanoes and us 28 September 2015 at The Royal Society, London Discover why volcanoes matter as Steve Sparks FRS talks to Jim Al-Khalili OBE.

For more events please see the events diary.

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