Become a Living Seas volunteer, survey dolphins and seals and support a marine life centre in Wales.

The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre

Who: CBMWC | The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Where: New Quay, Cardigan Bay, Wales, UK

Focus: Support the running of a wildlife centre and survey dolphins, atlantic grey seals and other marine wildlife from land and boat.

  • Join one of the various volunteer programme opportunities available and experience Wales’ amazing marine life and contribute towards marine conservation.
  • Gain experience in field work and research methods to perform both land and boat based marine mammal surveys.
  • Collect data on the wildlife, with a focus on bottlenose dolphins and atlantic grey seal.
  • Learn to photo ID marine megafauna and how to sort, match and catalogue the data.
  • Assist with the annual seal pup survey (October).
  • Take part in beach cleans.

When: March to November

Duration: 4-9 week periods or an 8 month full season

Suitability: Over 18s.

Cost: Free | Volunteers pay for own accommodation.

Visit CBMWC for more information.



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