Intertidal Ecology of Brean Sands
Thursday 15 August 11:00 - 13:00
An exploration of the animals and plants to be found living between the tide lines at Brean Sands. We will be rummaging in rock-pools and seaweed and sieving through the mud and sand to find out the stories of some of the amazing species that have adapted to live in this special ecosystem. You will need to have wellington boots and be prepared to get your hands muddy! The rocks and muddy can be slippery in places but we will not doing any scrambling or cliff climbing!
Where: Meet at Brean Down Café (National Trust car park)
Contact/Booking: Booking required. This event is free but please book your place here. For more information, please contact Mark Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Free but donations welcome.
Event in conjunction with Berrow Conservation Group