Thinking of going rock pooling in Cornwall? You’ve come to the right place.
My Cornish Rock Pools blog is the winner of the 2017 BBC Wildlife Magazine Blog of the Year Award!
There’s something about rock pooling. It’s a window on the underwater world. It’s the freedom of wandering between the blue sky and sparkling sea, never knowing what you will find. It’s a joy every child should experience, and that every adult should rediscover.
Heather Buttivant – Creator of Cornish Rock Pools
Found in the rock pools this week…
This little sea slug looked so much like another I see often, that I didn’t pay enough attention to it. It was only when I looked at photos from a ‘secret beach‘ that I realised it had strange tubercles on its skin and strange colouring. The Doris ocelligera sea slug is new to me and there have only been a handful of records of it in the UK before – but it seems to be having a good year, perhaps due to warming waters. One to look out for!
I’m delighted that Cornish Rock Pools has twice been named ‘Blogger of the Week’ in 2016 and 2017 by the BBC Wildlife Magazine and has now been named the winner of the 2017 BBC Wildlife Blog of the Year Award.
My first award was for my report on finding and photographing these gorgeous Scarlet and gold cup corals. Read more here.
Please do let me know if you find anything interesting or unusual. Happy rockpooling!