‘Pembrokeshire’s Marine Wildlife’ – Guest Post by Dan E. Rouse

Dan E. Rouse was born and raised in Swansea, South Wales and grew up with a keen interest in marine wildlife. She spends most of her time wrapped up with a scope on the coast looking out to sea. She is a nature writer and blogger. You can follow her on twitter at @danerouse or visitContinue reading “‘Pembrokeshire’s Marine Wildlife’ – Guest Post by Dan E. Rouse”

‘How conservationists and fishermen can work together to save species’ – Guest Post by Sarah Allison

Sarah Allison has worked in the marine conservation sector for 10 years. She currently works as the Living Seas Coordinator for Essex Wildlife Trust and is a research PhD student at the University of Essex. In this opening post for thinkingcountry’s series on marine wildlife and conservation, Sarah writes about her experience of working withContinue reading “‘How conservationists and fishermen can work together to save species’ – Guest Post by Sarah Allison”

Thinkingcountry’s ‘Marine Wildlife Fortnight’

Like many people who grew up and regularly holidayed on the British coast I have spent hundreds of days walking beaches, collecting shells, rockpooling and swimming in British waters. A few years ago I worked for Essex Wildlife Trust on a coastal reserve, and thanks to the enthusiasm of the Trust’s Living Seas Coordinator, Sarah Allison,Continue reading “Thinkingcountry’s ‘Marine Wildlife Fortnight’”