New dates announced for National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2021: 24th July – 1st August

Notice to all Sea Watch observers: We welcome records of cetacean sightings during these difficult times but please keep safe and observe Government Covid-19 lockdown restrictions

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Announcements

Welcome to our new Regional Coordinator for Cumbria – Sarah Neill

We would like to welcome a new recruit to the Sea Watch team, Sarah Neill, who has recently been appointed as Sea Watch Regional Coordinator for Cumbria! My name is Sarah and I am a marine biologist and SSI certified diver. The ocean and its wonders have been my calling since I was a child, despite
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Are you ready to go behind the Sea Watch Membership Scheme?

Join Stacey McCarthy for a heart-to-heart conversation with Robin Petch, Sea Watch Ambassador and creator of their newly launched Membership Scheme. 1. Can you tell me a bit about yourself? My career, since 1985, was in primary school education and before resigning at the end of 2014 to become www.T
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News and Articles

Welcome to our new Regional Coordinator for Cumbria – Sarah Neill

We would like to welcome a new recruit to the Sea Watch team, Sarah Neill, who has recently been appointed as Sea Watch Regional Coordinator for Cumbria! My name is Sarah and I am a marine biologist and SSI certified diver. The ocean and its wonders 
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Are you ready to go behind the Sea Watch Membership Scheme?

Join Stacey McCarthy for a heart-to-heart conversation with Robin Petch, Sea Watch Ambassador and creator of their newly launched Membership Scheme. 1. Can you tell me a bit about yourself? My career, since 1985, was in primary school education and b
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Cleaning up our Environment

Litter is a huge concern for marine wildlife, including cetaceans. According to UNESCO, one million birds and over 100,000 marine mammals die as result of marine litter each year, with plastic being one of the main culprits. Unfortunately, over 220 m
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