Rockpool exploration in Jersey

Turn over a rock near Seymour Tower on one of our guided “moonwalks” in Jersey and you never know what you may find. For anyone who is fascinated by marine biology in Jersey, this is a great place to explore on the big low tides. Dates of all our...

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Peacock worm

The worm lives inside a smooth tube of fine mud or sand particles held together with mucus. The tube stands upright with the lower end attached to stones and the upper end protruding from the sea bed. When covered by water, the worm extends its...

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Low water fishing for Lobster

On every big low tide all around Jersey people go in search of their dinner. You need to head well offshore to the lowest tidal areas where the search for Lobster begins. Anyone who has been low water fishing for a long time will have their...

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Silly Wrasse

The big low tides this week seems to have confused a few fish. On our Karame walk Keith heard a strange flapping sound. Closer investigation revealed a Ballan Wrasse (or Rockfish – Labrus bergylta) in a bit of a flap among the rocks having been...

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