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Orca Watch Coming Soon

Orca Watch Coming Soon

SAVE THE DATE – Orca Watch 2024 will take place from Saturday 25th May- Sunday 2nd June. Our events for Orca Watch this year will be hosted online and in person! Tickets for the events can be booked here:https://www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk/orca-watch-2024/

Award-Winning Newsletters for our Adopters

Award-Winning Newsletters for our Adopters

Each person who choses to support us by Adopting a Dolphin receives a monthly newsletter. These are jam-packed and usually around ten-pages long and full of news, activities, stunning photos, fun features, fascinating contributions written by our brilliant supporters and volunteers. The newsletters are so popular that teachers incorporate them into their lesson plans. Adopt… View more

EasyFundraising while you shop!

EasyFundraising while you shop!

Christmas Appeal Yes, I know it’s not Christmas yet, but I’m sure you will have begun buying presents, or will do very soon! Please consider signing up to EasyFundraising as it costs you nothing but a few minutes of your time and will generate much needed funds for our work. www.easyfundraising.org.uk Did you know that… View more

What BBC Springwatch have to say about us!

What BBC Springwatch have to say about us!

Calling all young citizen scientists! National Whale and Dolphin Watch is just one month away, from 29th July to 6th August. This is your chance to contribute to vital cetacean research and help dolphins by recording your sightings of whales, dolphins, and porpoises in UK waters.  BBC Springwatch and National Whale & Dolphin Watch https://www.facebook.com/seawatchfoundation/posts/pfbid02xB9ajnWyx59c2fLphzoprE5czvwByeNKWmqtJ1YL3HzkmhLfCkr124MEMtQcFwfTl… View more

Isn’t it great to have a good friend! Do you have a bestie, or perhaps a group of besties? Those of you who are Dolphin Defenders will know we talk often in our newsletter about female dolphins and their strong bonds between cousins, and other relatives and pals and we also talk a lot about… View more

Baking Bonanza for Dolphins

Baking Bonanza for Dolphins

It’s our National Whale & Dolphin Watch week, and what a brilliant start ! Peter Foster (Pedyr’s Bake House) baked us 200 ginger dolphins and hearts specially to sell over NWDW. It’s a family business new in the area, with Peter being the baker at only 28 having trained as a pastry chef. It’s a thriving… View more

Schools Love Visiting The Dolphins

Schools Love Visiting The Dolphins

We love nothing more than spending time with our Finned Friends, and also our younger two-legged ones! Llanarth Primary School visited us very recently for their end of term celebrations and to get closer to the dolphins! Firstly, we started with a presentation to the group and told them all about Sea Watch Foundaion, why we exist, what… View more

Songs of the Humpback Whale

Songs of the Humpback Whale

Have you ever listened to the album that energised the Save the Whales movement? Biologist, Roger Payne, created the iconic album “Songs of the Humpback Whale” five decades ago and in a recent interview with WBUR explains how the record came to be. He describes the whale sounds as follows: “It’s a direct emotional exchange…. View more

Mikura Dolphins in Japan

Mikura Dolphins in Japan

We love to hear about what our interns are up to following their time with us!   One of our past interns, Leanne Rosser now works in Aomori, Northern Japan as a researcher for Mutsu Bay Dolphin Research. Well done Leanne! This is from Leanne’s blog: The Mikura Dolphins   Mikura Island is one of… View more

Orcas that Eat Great White Sharks

Orcas that Eat Great White Sharks

A pair of orcas suspected of hunting great white sharks was recently spotted off the coast of South Africa’s Western Cape, with the animals previously linked to declining shark activity in the area. The sighting was announced on Monday (January 17) by the Seafari app, which allows users to document and share their marine life… View more

Are Marine Protected Areas Enough?

Are Marine Protected Areas Enough?

Are marine protected areas helping marine mammals and birds? Maybe, but more can be done. Over one-third of marine mammals are threatened with extinction – and in Europe over 30% of marine birds are declining. Some species, including the Balearic shearwater and Atlantic puffin, are already endangered. Read more marine protected areas and how to… View more

Thank You To Those Cornish Businesses

Thank You To Those Cornish Businesses

For the first time, Sea Watch Foundation has been working alongside businesses in south-east Cornwall. Cafes, ice-cream kiosks, shops and museums in Looe, Polperro and Talland Bay have been displaying our new donation boxes, leaflets and merchandise and we can not thank them enough. Thanks goes to: Smugglers Rest in Talland Bay Talland Bay Hotel… View more

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