Discover Yorkshire's underwater world!
The Yorkshire coast is a special place to a variety of wildlife, including an underwater world within our rockpools, spectacular seabirds breeding on our cliffs and whales and dolphins being spotted offshore. We want to give you the tools and information to be able to explore these in your own time.
We've put together three sections to help you discover Yorkshire's coast.
Create your own rockpool at home!
This activity comes in three parts:
1. Colouring sheets to print, trace or draw. Place them in your bath, shower or anywhere else at home that you can think of to create your very own underwater scene.
2. Fun facts to help you learn about the weird and wonderful creatures that live beneath the waves in your rockpool.
3. Go rockpooling! There are plenty of fantastic locations in Yorkshire including Flamborough (South Landing), Robin Hoods Bay and Runswick Bay
Download our marine colouring sheets and place them in your bath, shower or anywhere else you can think of to create your very own underwater world!
They can be printed off, drawn or traced from a tablet or phone.
Now that you have learnt more about the amazing wildlife that lives in our rockpools, go and find them yourself.
Download our seashore bingo sheet and see who can find the most!
Things to do during your 'staycation'!
If you are visiting the Yorkshire coast this summer, try the below...
Weekly Sightings Board
Every week we will be posting the birds, whales and dolphins that have been spotted in Flamborough