Whilst we can often see marine mammals charismatically surfacing and seabirds arriving to lay their eggs, the swirling currents beneath the waves allow for a colourful array of weird and wonderful wildlife. With over 750 miles of coastline stretching from the banks of the Dee to the Severn there’s loads of places to explore – and even more things to see and do.

Explore with us as we head out onto the coast and take to the road with our Living Seas Live! Roadshow where there’ll be opportunity to experience Sea Wales 7D.

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Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
14/11/2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Sea and Me
Parc Slip Visitor Centre, Tondu Bridgend
14/11/2019
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Barnacle ID: Celebrating "On the Origin of Species"
Victorian Slipway, Tywyn Gwynedd
14/11/2019
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Barnacle ID: Celebrating "On the Origin of Species"
Barmouth Promenade, Barmouth Gwynedd
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We own and manage 109 nature reserves covering 2,007 hectares, 50 of which are designated SSSIs, 10 are National Nature Reserves and 4 are islands including around half of Wales’s coastline! Our Living Seas team are based at our Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, New Quay.

Visit South and West Wales Wildlife Trust