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Wild Work: Conserving Edinburgh’s Wilderness

Saturday 26 January 2019

Holyrood Park

Two Holyrood Park rangers (a lady and a man) stand in the foreground wearing black and yellow jackets. Dunsapie loch is behind them.

Join Holyrood Ranger Will to learn about what our Rangers do to conserve Edinburgh's 'wilderness' - Holyrood Park. 

Try one of their jackets on for size, and see if you can solve one of the many challenges facing a ‘wild’ area in the heart of Edinburgh. Feeling inspired? Then hear how you can get involved with every aspect of Ranger work.

This event is free to attend but booking is essential. 

When booking your place, please include:

  • The name and date of the event you'd like to attend

  • The number of spaces you'd like to reserve  

  • A contact telephone number

This event is part of our Ranger Talks series. The other events are:

Antiquarians, curious travellers and picturesque tourists, 19 January 2019 

Rome's North-western Frontier, 9 February 2019  

Pollen grains and people: Reconstructing past environments, 23 February 2019

Select from 1 available date until Sat 26 Jan 2019

(This calendar is for informational purposes only, please select a date when booking your tickets.)