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The egg casing of a whelk snail is a wonder of nature.
Nicola is a beachcomber and artist who creates with driftwood, sea glass, sea pottery, and seashells.
These artists aren’t just making beach art—they’re making a difference on our beaches.
Coppersmith Mo McCrimmon created an underwater-themed kitchen fit for a mermaid.
We’re putting together a list of everyone's dream beachcombing trip locations for an upcoming issue of Beachcombing, and we need your help!
Learn about this giant blue piece of beach glass found on the shores of Lake Erie.
This quilt stitches together memories of sea glass, moonstones, and sandy beaches.
Some of the most famous sea wrecks in the world that you can see today—and maybe even keep your feet dry.
As anyone knows who has tried to sort their green beach glass by color, there seems to be an endless number of greens.
The Outer Hebrides islands of Lewis and Harris have wild scenery, turquoise water, shell-adorned white sands, and plenty of beaches to comb.
Before you head out the door on your next beachcombing trip, pack up these thirteen must-have items!
Beachcombers come to Port Townsend, perched on the edge of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, for its famous Glass Beach.