Exploring the Cornish Coast
Cornwall is almost surrounded by sea. Some 300 miles of coast includes majestic cliffs, sheltered harbours, creeks and estuaries, and magnificent beaches. This book focuses on the different types of coastal habitat - their geography, geology and wildlife.
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Beaches and Sand Dunes
Estuary and Creek
Cliff and Heath
Places Good for Coastal Wildlife
Organizations and Groups
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