Resilience in Flight with White-tailed Eagles

Victoria Gardens, YYI
301 Blackness Rd, Dundee, DD2 2BH
Free

Public transport costs will be reimbursed

Families/Young People Outdoor Talk/Workshop

Celebrate the resilience of Ukrainian families in Dundee through the story of the White-tailed Eagle’s return to Scotland. RSPB Scotland will lead interactive nature education sessions, highlighting the eagle’s magnificence and its significance in Ukraine and Scotland, its history of loss and triumphant resettlement. How It Felt will conduct creative puppet-making workshops, empowering participants to craft messages of hope onto eagle puppets.

Let’s RISE together in Dundee!

1. 8 June 11:00-13:00 at Victoria Gardens: Introduction to the team and learn about White-tailed Eagles, creative activities, puppet creation. Booking Essential.
Address: Victoria Gardens, YYI, 301 Blackness rd, Dundee, DD2 2BH

2. 15 June 10:00-15:00 at Tentsmuir: Participants will be picked up in Dundee for an adventure to Tentsmuir, habitat exploration, and puppet crafting with natural materials. Booking Essential.
Address: Tentsmuir Forest, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9PF.

3. 22 June 12:00-15:00 at Camperdown Park: Celebration event showcasing creations, activities by ScrapAntics and How It Felt. Open to all.
Address: Camperdown Country Park Coupar Angus Road, Dundee DD2 4TF

To book, email organiser at: hope.busak@rspb.org.uk

Image credit: White Tailed Eagle. Photo: Ben Andrew