Sea Watch Saturday At Wembury
May 4 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Join Devon Wildlife Trust’s Marine Engagement team for exciting monthly sea watches at Wembury Point! Explore Devon’s vibrant marine life every first Saturday.
Learn alongside passionate volunteers and expert Paul Burley as we uncover the secrets of cetaceans and sea birds along the shoreline. Delve into their behavior and intriguing lives at sea.
Participate in gathering vital data for ‘Seaquest Southwest,’ a Cornwall Wildlife Trust citizen science initiative. Engage with the marine world, contribute to marine wildlife data, and support the conservation of these species.
This free event welcomes all with an interest in the sea (donations to Devon Wildlife Trust appreciated). All you need are quality binoculars or a telescope. Don’t forget to bring snacks, drinks, a camping chair, and weather-appropriate attire!
– All children must be accompanied by an adult.
– This event requires walking for approximately 10 mins on a wheelchair accessible concrete path, followed by sitting and watching with binoculars for a period of time.
– Parking spaces are very limited at Wembury Point National Trust car park ( Spring Rd, PL9 0BA). You can reach Wembury Point via a 30 minute walk along the SW Coastpath from Wembury Beach National Trust car park (Church Road, PL9 0HP).
This event is highly weather dependent, so please check your emails the day before in case of cancellation.