Join Dr Gerald Legg to discover the changes in Sussex’s marine biodiversity from the 18th century to now.
Join the Challenge! The Living Coast is competing to find and record the most wildlife between the 24th and 27th April 2020. Help us to showcase the amazing nature we have.
Let's get Rottingdean Beach all spruced up and ready for summer!
Discover the surprising marine life that lives right on your doorstep!
Participants of all ages can print on paper, totes and tees to make and take away their own work featuring a The Living Coast species.
Explore the world of animal architecture at the Booth Museum. Discover miniature homes under the microscope and create your own nest.
This illustrated talk by Sarah Dobson, programme manager for The Living Coast, will provide an introduction to The Living Coast Biosphere and the related sustainability projects that the Biosphere supports, with a particular focus on Nature2020
Six species of thrush can be found in the UK. Unfortunately, all of them have seen a decline over the last half a century.
Owls are fascinating in both their ecology and mythology, revered by the ancient Greeks as a symbol of wisdom, feared by the Romans who saw them as harbingers of death.
Care for the local marine environment and learn about all things marine on the beach.