Operation Seabird SW
Operation Seabird SW launched on 14/04/22 #OpSeabirdSW
Operation Seabird is a national initiative that aims to engage with the public, businesses, and community-based organisations to raise awareness about the sensitivities of our coastline and showing how simple changes can reduce pressure on our unique marine life and fragile habitats.
Operation Seabird SW is a partnership…
G7 Op Marine Mammal
Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust and other local marine wildlife groups would like to thank our security services for their help during the G7.
Our local Police Rural Affairs Officers Chris Collins and Julian Fry set up a Marine Advisory Group to collaborate with key marine mammal related groups operating in Cornwall. Led by Abby Crosby…
Following the success of our 100th systematic seal survey for a project spanning 11 years around Looe Island by Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust, Looe Marine Conservation Group and Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Countryfile came to town to film our partnership work along with other local features, including the wonderful Ellie Jackson following up by talking…Read More
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Cornwall Volunteer Awards
Each year Volunteer Cornwall’s annual awards recognise the efforts and achievements of individual volunteering within our community, celebrating the contribution that local people make. This year Tina Robinson (our Ghost Gear data analyst) nominated us for the Environmental Award (sponsored by Cornwall Wildlife Trust CWT).
Marion (CSGRT Amazement and…Read More
One of the highlights in the SW marine conservation calendar year is the SW Marine Ecosystem Conference held at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory.
This event aims to promote networking across relevant organisations, summarise the previous year’s marine events and explore emerging research to inform the management of our precious SW marine ecosystems.
Organised by Bob Earll, this year’s…
Bottlenose dolphin ID
During a ferry trip returning from a conference in France, a chance conversation between Sue Sayer of CSGRT and Dr Matthew Witt from the University of Exeter’s Penryn campus highlighted that Matt had got a top quality set of photos of potentially most of the inshore bottlenose dolphin (BND) pod when they visited the Fal…Read More