A rare visitor has been causing a stir in Wales! The juvenile walrus that was first spotted on Valentia Island off Co. Kerry in Ireland, has made its way to Wales and is delighting walkers around the Pembrokeshire coast. It first surfaced on the 19th March in Broad Haven South B
In the early weeks of September, Sea Watch Foundation had a very special encounter with a superpod of over 40 Short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) whilst participating in a dedicated boat survey in Cardigan Bay, West Wales. This type of encounter was the first in Sea Watch
Sleep is a behaviour characterised by a typical body posture, both eyes’ closure, raised sensory threshold, distinctive electrographic signs, and a decrease of motor activity1. Regarded as a necessity to the majority of animals, in most cases sleep involves the whole brain and body1.
Here at the Sea Watch Foundation, we are celebrating Easter with the opening of our newly refurbished EDUCATION CENTRE. We invite you to our Easter weekend fun days as we showcase our new Centre. Join us Saturday 20 – Sunday 21 April, or Saturday 27 – Sunday 28 April (10 A
An exciting sighting was reported off Dunwich in Suffolk on 13th September. While walking along the beach, Gerard Kay spotted a large whale just meters from the shore. The animal surfaced a few times giving Gerard some excellent photo opportunities. Thanks to Gerard’s sightings
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