Marine Mammals and Man in the Firth or Forth
Emily Hague, PhD Researcher, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh
The Firth of Forth is a vast waterway on the east coast of Scotland with a wide array of important habitats that support a huge number of seabirds and other species. This rich variety of marine life means marine mammals, like whales, dolphins and seals, are also present in high numbers. Emily’s talk will focus on the marine mammals within the Firth, human activities that might be impacting them and how we can contribute towards research aiming to conserve them.
Thursday 7 APRIL
Doors open 7pm, talks start 7.30pm
Coastline Community Church
21 Session Street, Pittenweem KY10 2QL
Tickets: £6 available from the Library on Cove Wynd or contact us to arrange for tickets to be held or delivered.