Explore life between the tides as we explore East Prawle’s stunning rocky shore environment. From giant kelp fronds to miniature anemones, every rock pool holds a secret ecosystem waiting to be discovered. Here in South Devon, we are incredibly lucky to have 125 miles of coastline on our doorstep, much of which is lined with rocks and rockpools. In this walk-and-talk event, you will learn about local marine wildlife, how to identify rocky shore animals and algae, and what to look out for in future adventures. Foldout guides can be borrowed during the walk and can be purchased at the end.
Location: East Prawle
Level: Open to all, dogs welcome
Fold out guides will be provided for the duration of the walk.
Tutor: Field Studies Council Staff
Courses are led by experienced Field Studies Council staff.
Before You Attend
What to bring
- We will be outside so please dress appropriately for the weather.
- Expect a walk down a steep hill to the rocky shore and back.
- Wellies or water boots are recommended.