During field visits to the North Sea coast, children search for creatures, admire grains of sand under a magnifying glass and catch the sea breeze. The children and their teachers experience how special the sea is and are given the opportunity to discover it for themselves.
You don't immediately expect it when you look at the cloudy water, but countless animal and plant species swim, crawl and drift beneath the waves. Sand eels swim under the surf, blue jellyfish drift and fronds of knotted kelp float. Further on, terns dive for their meal, and in the shallow water you will find crabs, shrimps and beautiful shells. This way, children discover for themselves how special the North Sea is.
Waardenburg Ecology is happy to contribute to this experience and education!