Please Help Us To Save Our Seas

  1. Join us today! By joining WTSWW you will support marine conservation in south west Wales.
  2. Add your voice: sign our Petition Fish campaign. This petition is to show support for Marine Protected Areas. In Wales, new Marine Conservation Zones are expected to be designated in 2013, and we are working to make sure the choice of sites secures the best possible gains for our seas and marine wildlife. You can sign a scale for the petition in any of our visitor centre, or online.
  3. Visit Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centrein New Quay to learn more about our marine wildlife in south west Wales and support their work researching and conserving the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay.

    Snakelocks Anemone by Simon Jones / Seasearch

    Snakelocks Anemone by Simon Jones / Seasearch

  4. Visit Skomer Island- learn more about our nationally important seabird populations in south west Wales, support our work, and visit the Countryside Council for Wales’s Marine Nature Reserve exhibition by the boat embarkation point.
  5. There is currently an open consultation from the Welsh Government on Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs)- Potential Site Options for Welsh Waters. We will post more information on the Wildlife Trust’s response and what you can do to help as soon as we can.