My walks are tailored to my clients and designed to be in harmony with the natural environment and with minimal impact.
Group size is therefore kept small and overnight trails are limited to 2 a month on a first booked basis.
I am passionate about my continuing study in marine ecology this enthusiasm is often passed on to the people that join me on the trail. Let me share with you this amazing secret world as it unfolds before your eyes.
The more I discover the more I realise how much there is to learn!
The yellow sea spider is not a true spider,but has similar characteristics, sometimes found hunting and feeding on prey with its pincer-like appendages (chelifers) they have four pairs of legs with claw-like ends used to hold on in strong currents, other slender ovigerous legs hang below the head which the male uses to carry fertilised eggs.