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Scientific related sites:
Marine Conservation Society A leading campaign group whose aim is “To lead political, cultural and social change for healthy seas and coasts that support abundant marine wildlife, sustainable livelihoods and enjoyment for all”.
MarLIN The MBA’s Marine Life Information Network website which provides information on the biology of species and the ecology of habitats found around the coasts and seas of the British Isles.
Cornish Rock Pools Heather Buttivant’s very enjoyable and informative blog of the flora and fauna of rocky shores.
Coastwise North Devon Our older and wiser sister organisation covering the shores of North Devon.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust The trust is very active in the marine field and hosts a lot of public activities
The Rockpool Project A Cornwall based social enterprise that encourages people of all ages to discover the incredible marine life around the coast of Cornwall
Other relevant sources of information:
Tidelines Tidelines is exploring the place we live from lots of different perspectives with something of interest for everyone whatever age you are. It focusses on the Exe Estuary.
Exe Estuary SAC Natural England’s summary of the Exe estuary Special Area of Conservation. Has links to the Dawlish Warren and Exe Estuary SSSIs. Of primary interest to ornithologists.
Teignmouth to Dawlish Geological Field Guide Part of a comprehensive series of web pages describing the Geology of the Wessex Coast of Southern England by Ian West.
Devon and Severn Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority leads, champions and manages a sustainable marine environment and inshore fisheries in its area. This is a useful source of information about shellfish beds and mariculture.
Surfers Against Sewage A campaign group for better marine water quality that has an up to date guide into the water quality on different beaches around the UK.
The Shores of South Devon The Shores of South Devon Facebook page that accepts and exchanges images of the flora and fauna of the south Devon coast.
Mike’s Marine Magic Mike Puleston’s personal Facebook page showing some of his amazing photographs of marine life
North Atlantic cirripedia A new Facebook site dedicated to barnacles. Administered by Mike Puleston and Nova Mieszkowska.
Wonders of our Shore Movie of some of the wonderful animals to be found on the coast of Teignbridge
Barnacle Identification Mike Pulestone’s talk to the Rockpool Project
A Natural History of the Seashore Habitats off South Devon Keith Hiscock’s talk to SoSD about his diving experiences
Shores of South Devon Youtube channel Videos of talks by guest speakers and movies by group members
We could go on …
… and will do if and when we are given recommendations (see our contact page).