The full list of the NWDW 2021 validated sightings can be viewed on this page

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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Join the virtual Sea Watch AGM!

Join us at our AGM! Our Annual General Meeting is taking place on Saturday 11th December, at 2pm. We invite you to join us from your living rooms and learn more about the Sea Watch Foundation (SWF) and our work throughout the last 12 months. Whether you are a Regional Coordinator, (former) intern, v
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Do something awesome next summer – Become an intern!

Join us for the 2022 season in Cardigan Bay.  As an intern, you gain work experience, make a difference and meet lots of wonderful likeminded people. Interns join us in picturesque New Quay every year for periods ranging from seven weeks to six months to gain valuable field skills in marine mam
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News and Articles

Big Somerset Synchronised Marine Mammal Survey

During National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2021, Sea Watch Foundation joined up with Somerset Wildlife Trust to run their first Big Somerset Synchronised Marine Mammal Survey on Saturday July 31st. We had a total of 20 people surveying at 9 different lo
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News Release – National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2021: first results are in!

The 2021 National Whale and Dolphin Watch event organized by the Sea Watch Foundation involved hundreds of volunteers from all around the British Isles, and it ran between 24th July and 1st August. At the moment of writing a total of 1,248 sightings
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NWDW 2021 – Day 8 & 9

Hello and welcome all to our last National Whale and Dolphin Watch blog piece! Let’s take a look at the weekend highlights. July 31th – August 1st, 2021 There were 66 watches today;  in 13 Scotland, 8 in Wales, 43 
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