New Quay Scavenger Hunt

National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2021

UK Wide

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT WILL BE SUBJECT TO WHATEVER COVID RESTRICTIONS ARE IN PLACE AT THE TIME. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CANCEL THE EVENT IF WE JUDGE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO HOLD THE EVENT SUCCESSFULLY WITHIN WHATEVER RESTRICTIONS MIGHT BE IN PLACE.  Join our ten-day event which aims at involving the general public in collecting records of whales, dolphins and porpoises and at providing a general “snapshot” of what is in UK coastal waters over a short period of time. As well as gaining valuable research data, we hope this will draw attention to the conservation of our marine environment. Land-watches will be organized all around the UK. People with experience of “official watches” who can quite readily identify species just need some sightings forms, a pen and a pair of binoculars. “First timers” or people who need a bit of help in identifying a whale, dolphin or porpoise can join our online regional training days which are offering this year. Regional Coordinators will also provide their helps so please get in touch with them if you need anything in preparation for your watches. Online Training will also be provided. For further information contact the event organizers at:  

New Quay Scavenger Hunt

Adopt a Dolphin, Paragon House, Wellington Place, New Quay Sea Watch Foundation, New Quay

Join our New Quay Scavenger Hunt!

From Saturday 24th July until Sunday 1st August, you can follow the treasure map and collect clues for the chance to win one of 5 exciting prizes.

How to play?
1. Collect your treasure map online or from Sea Watch Foundation’s Dolphin Hub
2. Visit the local businesses of New Quay which are marked on the map with stars
3. Collect the clues and fill in your map
4. Bring or email your completed map to Sea Watch Foundation:
5. Leave us your name, contact details and a donation for the chance to win a prize!

Location: Dolphin Hub, Sea Watch Foundation, Paragon House, Wellington Pl, New Quay, Wales SA45 9NR

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