How often have you visited the seashore and wished you knew more about the diverse and alien wildlife found on the UK's coastline?
There are incredible stories to discover about our coastal species so if the tantalising glimpses you've caught of this semi-aquatic environment between the tides has left you curious to learn more the RSPB Handbook of the Seashore is for you.
It will help you to easily identify and learn about the life cycles and anatomy of the species you discover, and features useful sections on the tidal cycle, how to read tide tables, where to look, conservation and climate change concerns, and who to call should you come across something unexpected on your next beach visit.
Featuring over 200 species accounts - each with a photo, full description, and details of distribution and zonation - this brand new guide is written throughout in engaging text suitable for families, students and anyone who loves to visit the seashore.
Maya Plass is an experienced marine ecologist committed to sharing her love and knowledge of our aquatic world. Maya has developed projects in the UK and abroad to encourage communities to protect our seas and oceans and her passion for the sea has led her to engage with wider audiences through television presenting and now through her first book.