Seashore Watcher

Maya Plass
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Learn how to spot tracks, identify markings and discover secret hideaways at the seashore. Packed with fascinating fact files, stunning photographs and hands-on activities, find out about what lives in the different habitats where the land meets the sea.

Head down to the seashore and learn how to spot tracks, identify markings, and even discover secret hideaways among the surf. This guide is loaded with fascinating factfiles, stunning photographs, and plenty of hands-on activities. What better time than right now to learn about what lives in different habitats at the edge of our world? What lives on the beach? What about in the shallow water? Can you track a Fiddler Crab? What are you waiting for, head out to the sea and be amazed!

Author bio:

Maya Plasss early childhood was often spent in and around the Kentish rivers examining minnows and sticklebacks. As nature would have it, Maya’s world would follow the rivers out to sea when she was brought to live on the Wirral. Trips to Hilbre Island with her biology-teaching mother would enchant Maya as she explored the colourful rock pools and marvelled at the birds and seals. Inevitably, the long days spent absorbing the wonders of the coast – coupled with a passion for natural history and the great outdoors – led Maya to pursue a career in marine biology.

Category: Children’s & educational
ISBN: 9781784938703
Publisher: Quarto UK
Imprint: QED
Series: Watcher Guide
Pub Date: May 2018
Page Extent: 120
Format: Book
Age: 7 - 9
Subject: Children's, Teenage & educational