Saturday 25th July to Saturday 1st August 2020
We want YOU to get along to the seashore and while you are having fun with family or friends, you can also help local nature conservation by taking pictures of the wildlife you see and sending them to us!
How do I take part?
Add your details below and you will be taken to the Big Rockpool Ramble Guide & Downloads page - with everything you’ll need to take part, including information on how to rockpool ramble, the best local spots, spotter sheets, staying safe and sending us your all-important records.
Where and when should I go?
Included in your Big Rockpool Ramble pack below there is a map of some of our top rockpooling sites and information about finding the right tide times.
What age group is this suitable for?
The Big Rockpool Ramble is suitable for all ages!
Will you help to identify my finds?
The Big Rockpool Ramble pack includes spotter sheets to help you identify your finds. You can also keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages for tips and videos from our seas team throughout the week. Want to know how to tell if a crab is a boy or a girl? We’ll tell you there!
How will I find out the results?
We’ll email all of our Big Rockpool Ramble supporters with the results of the event in early August and keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages for fun facts about our most-spotted wildlife! Make sure you send us your records, link below - there will be a prize for the person who submits the most records!
I'd love to take part in the Big Rockpool Ramble!
Provide your details below so we can keep in touch and you will be taken to the Big Rockpool Ramble Guides & Download page