Scottish Seabird Centre (North Berwick) Reviews
Description:Address: The Harbour / North Berwick / EH39 4SS / Scotland
Newest Review: ... pure white, with a six foot wingspan. They are noted for 'plunge diving' from high in the air, reaching 60 mph as they hit the water in search of fish. The Scottish Seabird Centre is THE place to watch gannets in action. The discovery centre has visitor operated cameras on the Bass Rock. The visitor can move the camera, pan and zoom, to see every detail of the frenetic action as a gannet ... more
Customer Scottish Seabird Centre (North Berwick) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 356 readings)
The Scottish Seabird Centre is located in the little East Lothian town of North Berwick. The centre has a great location, sat on a rocky outcrop in the harbour overlooking the town's white sandy beaches, the seas of the Firth of Forth, with the massive, volcanic plug of the Bass Rock dominating the horizon only one mile away. The Scottish Seabird Centre aims to entertain and educate people about the wonderful wildlife of the Firth of Forth, particularly its seabirds. Over 300,000 seabirds breed in the area, during the spring and summer, forming massive 'seabird cities' of communal nesting sites on rocky islands and cliffs located in the Firth. One ... Read the complete review
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