Captain Flap is on at the Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick from 25th March to 10th April with family-friendly interactive activities.
From 25 March to 10 April (Fridays to Sundays), Flap will need the help of Seabird visitors as he has crash landed his plane, Puffin One. He needs to learn the principles of flight so that he can repair his plane and re-programme his computer.
Andrew Grieveson, Education Officer at the Scottish Seabird Centre, said: “This Easter we will be getting out into the great outdoors as much as possible. With such a stunning setting and so many amazing natural resources, our aim is to encourage visitors young and old to engage with the nature in a fun and sustainable way.
“Come rain or shine, it will be a fun-filled few weeks and we are looking forward to exploring the wonders of flight with Captain Flap and the Seaside Science team.”
Captain Flap Flies Forth is on from 25 March to 10 April, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 14:00.
Seaside Science Flying Fun is on from 28 March to 7 April, Mondays to Thursdays at 14:00.
Tickets are included with admission and will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis. Please request tickets on arrival at the Centre.
Part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival (www.sciencefestival.co.uk).
Pictured are Ruaraidh Purves and Freija Bevan , both from North Berwick.