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Rock Pool Rambles

The best way to learn about Polzeath’s rock pool inhabitants!

The rock pool rambles are informative, fun and definitely the best way to discover what creatures live in Polzeath’s rock pools. Below are just a few of the ‘things’ you might find.... (Scroll horizontally for more photos.)


This year we have adjusted our events into rockpool bingo sessions due to COVID-19 regulations, to keep you and our volunteers safe. We are taking family/ household groups with one volunteer per group, so spaces are limited. Contact us for bookings! 

2013 saw our first Easy Access rock pool ramble. This event was a great success and something we plan to run annually from now on - enabling those who can not access or find the the rocky terrain difficult - to learn on location.


When rock pooling, please remember the seashore code of conduct and to stay safe.

(See the Marine Conservation page for more information on the seashore code).

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Dahlia anemone

St Pirans (Hermit).jpg
Chiton .JPG
Morchellium argus.jpg

St.Pirans Hermit crab

Weaver fish.jpg
Cushioned Star.jpg
Clavelina lepadiformis.jpg
Star ascidia.jpg
cuttle fish eggs .jpg
south clawed crab(hermit).jpg
Doris pseudoargus (sea lemon).jpg
Polycera quadrilineata.jpeg
Spiny Starfish .jpeg
Spider crab.jpeg
Sidnyum Turtinatum.jpg

Star Ascidian

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Spider crab


Cuttle fish eggs


Weaver Fish

Cushion Star

South clawed hermit

Clavelina lepadiformis

Spiny star

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Doris pseudoargus

Sidnyum turbinatum

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Dog whelk eggs

Polycera quadrilineata

celtic sea slug .jpeg

Onchidella celtica

White ruffed sea slug

White Ruffed Sea Slug .jpg
Shore crab .jpeg

Female shore crab

Shore crab and moult .jpeg

Newly moulted shore crab by moult

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