Category: Living Seas

Dolphin Watch LIVE!

Dolphin Watch Live, the opportunity to watch Cardigan Bay dolphins from your own home! As part of the Living Seas Wales project The Wildlife Trust …

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"The leatherback turtle, Mike Alexander left, with Peter Morgan, outside the National Museum of Wales coal store in Cardiff, 25th September 1988 © Mike Alexander".

Our Leatherbacks!

Every summer our seas are just about warm enough for turtles to come in after their favourite food – jellyfish! We’ve had all, but one …

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Razorbill on Skomer Island

Razorbills of Skokholm Island

In May’s update we talked about the importance of continuing with the vital seabird monitoring on WTSWW’s Skokholm Island and this month we’re going to …

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Dolphins in Cardigan Bay Copyright Sarah Perry

Finned, Flippered and feathered friends

Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay © Sarah Perry I sit at my home office desk, looking out at a bright blue sky, not a cloud …

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A View of the Bay (week 4)

Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from …

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Laura Evans, our Living Seas Wales Project Officer, at one of our ‘Memory Pod’ events ©

We’re searching for seaside stories!

Working on the boat in Amlwch harbour © Peter Williams Are you from south or west Wales? Do you have memories about marine mammals? Stories …

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Beth Thompson

Welcome aboard Beth – our new Living Seas Engagement Officer!

We kicked off the New Year with a bang – and a new member of our Living Seas Wales team! Beth Thompson, Living Seas Engagement …

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Moroedd Byw Cymru Wedi Derbyn Cefnogaeth y Loteri Genedlaethol!

Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Natur Gogledd Cymru ac Ymddiriedolaeth Natur De a Gorllewin Cymru wedi cael cadarnhad o grant (£587,600) o Gronfa Dreftadaeth y Loteri (CDL) ar …

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