Scientists and the public partnering to monitor and improve the conservation of cetaceans in UK waters

Take part in the National Whale & Dolphin Watch 2019!

27th July – 4th August

Announcements

An unprecedented effort to protect orcas with citizen science: the 2019 Orca Watch event results are out!

Orca watchers at Duncansby Head. Photo credit: Peter G.H.Evans / Sea Watch Foundation For ten days in late May, tourists, wildlife enthusiasts and local businesses around Caithness, Orkney and Shetland support Orca Watch, a citizen science project organized by the Sea Watch Foundation now in its 8th
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Volunteers’ Week

1-7 June, every year the UK celebrates “Volunteers’ Week,” which is a campaign that was established in 1984 by Volunteering England, which merged with NCVO in 2013. NCVO now leads this UK-wide campaign!   You can read more about the event here, or get involved in upcoming sea
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Coasting It – one man’s walk along 1600 miles of British coast

As Wales Nature Week comes to an end, Sea Watch would like to encourage you to explore the outdoors and re-new your appreciation for local wildlife – whether this be in Wales or elsewhere in the UK. Here, by the West Coast, SWF is lucky enough to be surrounded by British keystone species such
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News and Articles

Meet our newest (2019) National Whale and Dolphin Watch Assistant, Charlotte!

Today, we are pleased to introduce you to Charlotte Andrews, who is going to assist the Sea Watch’s Sightings Officer in the organisation of their upcoming NWDW event at their main office in New Quay! We recently had a chat with Charlotte to le
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The Big Move to New Quay

This week Education Assistant, Ellie Richardson, spoke with Research Intern Eleanor, who is from the Peak District, and is currently studying for a degree in marine biology and oceanography at the University of Plymouth. This is her experience so far
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An unprecedented effort to protect orcas with citizen science: the 2019 Orca Watch event results are out!

Orca watchers at Duncansby Head. Photo credit: Peter G.H.Evans / Sea Watch Foundation For ten days in late May, tourists, wildlife enthusiasts and local businesses around Caithness, Orkney and Shetland support Orca Watch, a citizen science project or
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