Mini Marine Biologist

UK Wide

Want to become a mini marine biologist online?

Dive with us into the watery depths of Wales as we explore which marine animals live in Cardigan Bay.

Email outreach@seawatchfoundation.org.uk to sign up to our Monday 26th July online workshop from 11AM until Midday on Zoom.

Afterwards, you will receive a certificate of completion and an activity pack to continue the fun with your family or friends.

Ages 7-70+ welcome!


Thursday Marine Pub Quiz Online

UK Wide

Join us at 8-9.30PM on Thursday evening for an online Pub Quiz, to put your marine knowledge and mixology skills to the test!

Hosted by Josh, "The Wildlife Man" (@MyWildlifePosts), this event aims to bring marine-loving folk together for a virtual evening of fun and competition, complete with recipes for marine cocktails and mocktails for everyone to try at home.

For a minimum donation of £2, your quiz team will receive a drinks recipe sheet in advance, then a quiz sheet complete with picture and anagram rounds 30 minutes before the start.

Bonus points will be awarded for the best team name and the best cocktail/mocktail display!

Every penny you donate will support our work to protect and improve our understanding of the UK’s dolphins, porpoises and whales.

Please email outreach@seawatchfoundation.org.uk today to register your team and receive your recipes.


Pub Quiz

New Quay Sports Bar, New Quay

Orca Watch 2023 (Save the Date)

John O'Groats John O' Groats, Caithness

All being well, we'll be back up at John O'Groats for Orca Watch. With the help of volunteers, we aim to collect as much data as possible on the whales, dolphins and porpoises in the waters around Caithness and North Sutherland, Orkney and Shetland, over a ten-day period. To find out more, and how to apply as an Orca Watch Volunteer Observer, go to this link or look for Orca Watch under the Get Involved menu.  Please note: these are preliminary dates and are subject to change.