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The Coast Capture Air team are moving from the North Devon Coast at Hartland Point all the way along the stunning coastline to reach our preferred destination of Chun Downs. This nature reserve is part of the West Penwith Moors, containing 25% of the heath land of Cornwall.
Having visited this area last August, we found the air here to be of excellent quality and ideal for air-farming. We plan to capture fresh coastal air from this idyllic site of outstanding natural beauty and be post ready in our Shop at the end of May, weather permitting of course.
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A freshwater lake known as “Little Sea” is situated within Studland Heath. It was naturally cut-off from the sea by the natural development of the Studland Bay Sand Dunes. It’s a haven for birds and wildlife.
In March we are planning our early Spring Air Capture.
We will move from the Norfolk coast to the estuaries of Stour, Orwell, Debden, Blyth and Alde.
What has attracted us to this part of East England is the reed beds, salt marshes, heaths and mudflats that have proved idyllic locations for air capture. Our air farming equipment is now easily transportable and we are planning on staying in some of the small villages along this 60 mile stretch of coastline. The RSPB Minsmere reserve, along with sites of special scientific interest, improves our chances of detecting the cleanest coastal air, quality measured by our air monitor data.
We are looking forward to visiting the scenic coastal towns in this area; Minsmere, Orford, Ness and the pretty seaside resort of Southwold. We also plan to stretch our legs along the Stour and Orwell walkways.
Our freshly captured coastal air from this region will be in our shop at the end of March.
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With its stunning beaches, the Norfolk coast has areas of outstanding natural beauty and a wealth of nature reserves. It also boasts an abundance of wildlife and bird-watching at The Wash. This ticks all of our boxes for fresh coastal air capture. This frosty time of year is particularly good for air farming. This is because the areas we prefer are less populated with minimal disturbance. The secluded beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes we visit means the purity of our coastal air is guaranteed to be free from harmful pollutants
The team here at Coast Capture Air are now putting together their kit for their departure to the beautiful Isle of Wight. This is England's largest offshore island and is situated off the south coast of England.
Since 1963, it has been designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Similar to all of the locations we choose for coastal air capture, the Isle of Wight boasts stunning scenery, excellent beaches and remote areas. It is these areas where air capture can measured ensuring the cleanest, purest coastal air, without endangering wildlife or the flora and fauna of the island.
As we have now discovered, the Isle of Wight covers 189 square kilometres including both the Hamstead and Tennyson Heritage coasts. We'll hopefully find some Dinosaur remains and fossils which we are told can be found in Compton Bay and Yaverland Beach.
Our air captures will begin on the island’s western point, where The Needles (3 gigantic white chalk rocks) rise from the sea, close to 19th-century lighthouse.
The island of Lundy lies 12 miles (19 km) off the coast of Devon, England Great Britain.
Lundy has been designated as a National Character area by Natural England and a site of Special Scientific Interest. It has taken Coast Capture Air quite a while to obtain special permission to visit Lundy, as it was England’s first statutory Marine Nature reserve and the first Marine Conservation Zone due to its unique flora and fauna.
Due to its location, the island of Lundy has some of the freshest and purest coastal air, which we can substantiate with our air monitoring equipment.
Verified by the air quality data we utilise, this particular area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) has some of the purest air in Great Britain and some of the best wildlife sightings. See our social pages for more info about our adventures…
Lying to the north of the Island of Mull and south of the Island of Skye, the Ardnamurchan Point in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland is wild, remote and truly beautiful. It has outstanding unspoiled scenery and beaches. One can see wildlife in abundance, from golden eagles to whales and dolphins. This is one of the best places to gather the purest and freshest coastal air. The next stop across the other side of the Atlantic Ocean is Nova Scotia which is about 2700 miles away.
This remote beach in Suffolk has all one could ask for with regard to stunning scenery and wildlife in abundance. Our PM monitors have noted this as an exceptional beach for unpolluted air capture, along with ancient woodland and fen paths for exploration.
Hartland point - where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean, and the miles of unspoilt coastline inspired Rudyard Kipling, along with such fierce currents, the Romans referred to the point as the ‘Promontory of Hercules’, the air here is particularly fresh
This particular area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) not only has one the most raw and rugged shorelines in Great Britain, our air quality data confirms it also has extremely fresh coastal air.