Friday 10th April. 3.30pm – 5pm.
Meet below the Coastguard Station at Hannafore, West Looe – look for the Looe Marine Conservation Group sailflags!
Rock pools are amazing habitats and the plants and animals that live in rock pools are both fascinating and hardy.
After surviving the winter gales and low temperatures, the rock pool community now has to cope with increased exposure to sunlight. This brings new growth and new visitors to these hidden worlds.
As spring arrives and we dip our toes back into the sea, there is an underwater world teeming with molluscs, shrimps and crabs, fish and anemones waiting to be explored on a rock pool ramble alongside expert volunteers from the Looe Marine Conservation Group.
Join this free event which is suitable for all ages, although under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. There’s no need to book. Just come along wearing suitable footwear and warm or protective clothing to suit the weather conditions. Check our Facebook page for last minute details.
Check out the “Things to do” section on the website for a guide to rock pooling in Looe. No nets, please – they can harm delicate rock pool creatures.
Event Leader Contact: Matt Nott. 07539530020.