Catch My Drift - Mini Talks about the Marine Environment
An exciting series of short films on different marine wildlife topics, presented by local enthusiasts and experts from our own aquarium team and the wider scientific community. Join us as we explore a wide range of topics from the eggcases of native sharks and rays to sea birds!
If you are using these films as a classroom resource feel free to get in touch with the aquarium learning team to arrange a virtual follow up session with one of our Marine Masters!
Troup Head - A Seabird City on the Moray Firth
Aquarium Manager, Claire Matthews, kicks off the Catch My Drift series with an introduction to the seabirds that can be found just along the coast at RSPB reserve Troup Head.
The Kelp Forest
Join Aquarium Learning Officer, Marie Dare as she discusses native kelp species and the incredible diversity of life that is supported in this important marine ecosystem.
Marine Mammals of Scotland
Theo Bennison, Marine Biologists and Aquarium Team Supervisor gives us a rundown of the types of marine mammals you can find around our coasts and how to view them safely.
‘Eggcellent’ Local Sharks and Skates
Join Dr Lauren Smith, shark biologist, for chat about our local shark and skate species and lean how to identify their egg cases and what to do should you find one washed up on the beach.
The Film: A Look at Marine Plastics with Emily Penn
Plastics are part of our everyday lives, but when they get into the ocean they become a persistent problem with far reaching impacts.
Will you be part of the solution?