With naturalist expert Eleanor Foster (Wild Things) and artist Rachael Forbes (Findhorn Bay Arts)

Find out about our rich and varied ecology, geological history, landscapes and diverse wildlife of Moray’s coast.

Try some bushcraft activities and taste and experience the natural environment. See the landscape through an artist’s lens, and notice the texture, pattern, tone, and form found in nature such as the artistry of rocks, the spiral of a shell, and the flowing patterns found in the sand. Be guided to see the familiar anew to bring a deep sensory awareness to the sounds, sights, and smells around you.

This event is part of Source to Sea, Findhorn Bay Arts’ summer programme of events and activities to celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 20/21, set in the rural and coastal towns and villages of the Moray Firth Coastline.

Covid-19 Safety Guidelines:
Findhorn Bay Arts are working to ensure that the Scottish Government’s latest guidelines relating to Covid-19 are followed. We will take all necessary precautions to keep you safe, however, it is important for you to respect social distancing measures and wear a mask where appropriate. Please check our website and social media for further updates.

This walking route has been designed to be accessible. Please contact FBA office on 01309 673 137 if you require assistance and advice.

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Meeting point: Burghead Harbour Car Park

Burghead Road
IV30 5TZ