Marine biologist Judith Oakley explores and explains the diversity of British seashores. Through fantastic photography she aims to encourage people back to the shore and also help conserve this delicate ecosystem. This book has over 200 photos of sea creatures and their natural habitat. There are panels in the book for recording findings and details of how to submit them to the marine associations. The images in Seashore Safaris have been used by many national marine conservation organisations in their campaigns to help educate the public. Ideal for amateurs, family groups or educational groups as it provides a clear guide to the context of the various species and the best ways to enjoy the activity of a seashore safari . A great book for anyone over 8 years of age.
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