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The Essential Guide to Rockpooling

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide New
By: Julie Hatcher(Author), Steve Trewhella(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
NHBS
This guide shows you how to discover the astonishing diversity of coastal wildlife with nothing more than a net and a bucket
The Essential Guide to Rockpooling
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The marine environment is a remarkable place – unfamiliar and a source of endless fascination. The rocky shore where land meets sea, its array of life ever-changing with the tides, offers us a chance to explore this mysterious world. This book reveals the astonishing diversity of wildlife on rocky shores and in the rockpools around the coast and gives readers a greater understanding of the myriad of creatures that can be found there. This guide will make your exploration even more rewarding, whether you are an individual or family visiting the seaside or a naturalist wishing to expand your knowledge of a ubiquitous habitat.

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Julie Hatcher is a marine biologist working in marine conservation in Dorset.

Steve Trewhella is a diver and photographer, specialising in the photography of British marine life above and below the waves.

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide New
By: Julie Hatcher(Author), Steve Trewhella(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
NHBS
This guide shows you how to discover the astonishing diversity of coastal wildlife with nothing more than a net and a bucket
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