Louth Watch Group of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.
We are holding a joint meeting with the Rimac Watch Group on Sunday July 15th at Crook Bank, near Theddlethorpe.
We will be using push-nets in the sea to find sea creatures such as pipefish, isopods,flatfish, brown shrimps, hermit crabs & sea gooseberries.
The meeting will start at 2pm. and is free
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
It is essential that everyone going in the sea should wear wellies or water shoes to protect against Weever fish stings.
Weever fish bury themselves in the sand with their dorsal fin sticking up. The dorsal fin releases a poison which gives an extremely painful sting to anyone treading on the buried fish and will result in a trip to hospital.
We will meet at Crook Bank car park. Postcode LN12 1NP, MR: TF 489883
I have attached a map with directions to Crook Bank.
We hope to see you then