Discover Marine Wildlife!

For many people out there, parents in particular, lockdown has provided a new challenge...teaching. With most schools in Wales being closed to all expect the children of critical workers, and pupils considered vulnerable, lessons have moved from the classroom to the kitchen table. 

Exploring the hidden world of rockpools © CBMWC

However, it is not just traditional learning that has been affected by lockdown. Our Living Seas team would usually be delivering a whole range of educational activities to local children and holiday makers alike. From exploring the hidden world of rockpools, to spotting for dolphins and porpoises; our education events aim to increase your understanding and appreciation of the world around us, and the species that we are fortunate enough to share it with. 

Until it is safe to do so, our education events are on hold. But this does not mean we have forgotten about them, or you! 

Several of our activities have found a new, virtual platform, and are now available for viewing on Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre's YouTube channel: 

Dolphin Detective © CBMWC/Living Seas Wales

Bird Bonanza © CBMWC/Living Seas Wales

With more sessions being adapted and recorded as lockdown continues, expect to see more content for your home schooling very soon! 

You can keep an eye on our Marine Education Series here!

For those of you looking for additional resources for your mini Marine Biologists, we would recommend our activity/craft sheets. As well as those provided through Wildlife Watch, the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts.

Don’t forget to sign up to 30 Days Wild, to do one wild thing a day throughout the month of June! 

Main Image: Spotting for dolphins in New Quay © Jay Burk / CBMWC