You can track our wildlife sightings via our blog and also on our porpoise photo ID catalogue, plus follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr for regular updates.
The Sea Trust carries out predominantly citizen science research projects (research carried out with the help of volunteers), as well as scientific surveys such as our ferry surveys on the Stena Europe ferry from Fishguard to Ireland. You can read more about our ferry and small boat surveys, plus our land based surveys on the pages… Continue reading Research
The Sea Môr Aquarium is home to a variety of marine creatures, representing the diversity of life found in Welsh waters. Highlights include our moon jellyfish, octopus and rock pool adventure tank, where children can touch starfish, anemones and small crabs. The aquarium allows close up views of the animals possibly only glimpsed in their… Continue reading Sea Môr Aquarium
“The level of involvement from so many different sectors of society and so many volunteers make your projects quite unique in that you manage to engage with some genuinely hard to reach groups”
“Sea Trust is well placed, with their strong track record in managing and training volunteers, to work with other partners to widen the opportunities for training marine wildlife identification and recording”