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Welcome to Coastwise North Devon

Look below and around the website for Coastwise activities in North Devon which has some of the most spectacular and varied coastal scenery in the country and wonderful seascapes. The coastal and marine life is amongst the richest in the country.

Wild and unspoiled places are interspersed by coastal communities and popular resorts where livelihoods owe much to the coast and sea.

It is the aim of Coastwise, an independent community initiative, to increase understanding of the coast, its wildlife, and its importance to North Devon in the past, present and the future. We do this through sharing knowledge, undertaking conservation activities and projects, and addressing current issues.

There's lots more, including all the latest pics on Facebook:  Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/563739230330790/?ref=ts&fref=ts

News & Latest

  • Friday, April 17, 2020 - 10:50
    .......is a way to understand what new species are arriving on our shores. This new survey process which started last year is carried out twice yearly at two beaches: Westward Ho! and Lee Bay. It...
  • Monday, March 16, 2020 - 11:02
    ......and we don't mean just after Covid-19. Harry Barton of the Devon Wildlife Trust gave Coastwise members his view on the future of marine conservation and wildlife when we've left the EU. He...
  • Friday, February 28, 2020 - 15:26
    ........also known as plankton, an important part of our marine ecosystem. A real expert, Dr Dave Conway of the Marine Biological Association gave Coastwise members a guided tour of the plankton...
  • Saturday, February 22, 2020 - 10:50
    ......to a different way of living. That was Mark Ward's message to Coastwise members when he talked about climate change and the effect it's having on our world. Mark's day job is with the Somerset...
  • Monday, February 17, 2020 - 11:10
    ......formed by the sunken hull of the former Royal Navy Leander class frigate HMS Scylla. Doug Herdson, marine biologist and fish specialist, and for a long time the Information Officer at the...
  • Saturday, February 1, 2020 - 11:43
    ......says retired mental health nurse Mike Puleston ! Mike has been working with the Marine Biological Association on barnacles and their identification, and the reason for his frustration is that...

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