Activity – Find 30…Rocking Rockpools And Flint Fossils
Join us on a falling tide as the sea ebbs away revealing the sea creatures that make their home on the rocky shore.
- 23 Aug 2019
Join us on a falling tide as the sea ebbs away revealing the sea creatures that make their home on the rocky shore. Are you brave enough to discover sea snails, prawns, shrimps, crabs or fish? It’s such a tough place to live! Hear about how the wildlife adapts to survive? You can also search for trace fossils of sponges; sea urchins; corals impressions in the pebbles.
Please bring a net and a bucket if you have one.
We will return all sea animals back to their rock pools. Sea shoes recommended.
LEADER: Melanie Wrigley, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806 or 07880 706990).
MEET: St. Margaret’s Bay car park (pay and display), bottom of Bay Hill, St. Margaret’s Bay, near Dover.
DISTANCE: 0.5 mile (2 hours)
GRADE: 5 (Difficult walks e.g. rocky shores or night