Monthly Archives: March 2012
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We had a great day on Saturday around low water and learnt a lot about identifying molluscs whilst having fun and enjoying some fine cake. We managed to find 2 new species of sea slug for our rocky shore list-Elysia viridis, which looked superb under the microscope with its rows of bright blue spots, and &hellip Continue reading
Another successful beach clean at Porthtowan Beach today, another 23 bags of rubbish collected!! 25 volunteers arrived and we were blessed with a mild day with no wind. Amongst the rubbish we found whelk egg cases, goose barnicles and egg cases from sharks or rays. We were also joined by the team from The Sea Chair &hellip Continue reading
After the conference we’re all really looking forward to the volunteer meeting in the Driftwood this Thursday – please come along if you can – 6pm start in the back room – new people welcome! Then we have a talk from Dr Nick Tregenza about his work developing pingers for fishing nets aiming to reduce &hellip Continue reading