About Edinburgh and Getting to the Venue
Things to do
Wildlife conservation in Edinburgh
The city has many green spaces, including Holyrood Park, Duddingston Loch, Johnston Terrace Wildlife Reserve and the Royal Botanic Gardens. These provide islands of habitat within the urban environment, representing areas of wildflower meadows and wetlands. Outside the city limits, grey seals and cetaceans may be spotted at Inchcolm Island and in the Firth of Forth, along with an array of seabirds. More information can be found at Scottish Wildlife Trust.
Edinburgh is home to Edinburgh Conservation Science (ECOS) consortium, The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), the Botanic Gardens (RGBE) and the Conservation Science Group at the University of Edinburgh.