The summer holiday may be over, but there are still some great opportunities to get your feet wet in Cornish rock pools this autumn.
Next week we’ll see some of the lowest tides of the year and Cornwall Wildlife Trust will be making the most of it with a week of expeditions to locations around Cornwall. It’s a sure-fire way to find new things and be inspired by like-minded people. Shore Search Continue reading Join the search – Help monitor our Cornish Rock Pools
It’s amazing to watch the rock pools appear. Just an hour ago, as we ate our picnic on Hannafore beach, two ladies were swimming just a hundred metres away. Now the tide has slipped back to reveal the dark, alluring rocks. An egret flies down to stalk the distant pools and oystercatchers follow, trilling loudly.
Hannafore Beach with Looe Island Nature Reserve in the background.
‘I want to go rockpooling. Now. Now,’ a little boy pleads, dragging on my arm. Tide and time can never move fast enough when you’re five. Continue reading ‘The best day of my life.’ – Rockpooling with Cornwall Home Educators
Rock pooling with the experts is a great way to explore the shore this summer. Below is a full list of events where you can find amazing rock pool creatures and learn all about them.
Have a fantastic summer!
Please check the full event details with the relevant organisation page before attending in case of changes and cancellations.
Continue reading Summer Holiday Rock Pooling Events in Cornwall 2014