Natural Selection - final weekend
Natural Selection, is the exhibition currently on at Inverleith House RBGE and ends this weekend. Created by the artist Andy Holden and his father, the ornithologist Peter Holden, the exhibit looks at the life of birds in two very different ways. The first part of the exhibition looks at bird nesting habits and the many varying ways bird nests may look. The second section focuses on the rather darker subject of egg collecting and the damage it has caused on bird populations across Britain.
With only two days left to visit this fascinating exhibition it is well worth taking some time this weekend to come and have a look.
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