05/10/22 • 29 min
This episode is sponsored by Wonder Seekers, an initiative that brings together science and tourism to inspire exciting learning adventures that are unique, authentic and sustainable.
'Never The Same' is a story about the ways in which travelling can turn the natural world into a classroom. From holding a piece of rock that is almost as old as the planet to learning the killer whale's darkest secret (hint: it's not what you think), this story is all shining a light on the experts who live on the west coast and share their knowledge with anyone who's willing to listen.
We spend an afternoon looking for and learning about whales and dolphins from a marine biologist, and follow the footsteps of Charles Darwin to understand the nature and origin of geological features in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Come along on this trip from Oban to Fort William, and learn something new!
Are you ready? Great – let’s travel to Scotland!
Visit our website to find the full show notes, transcript & our top tips for a trip to Oban and Fort William.
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