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|Title:||Rescuing seals with Scarborough SEA LIFE|
|Author:||Yorkshire Wildlife Trust |
|ID & Publication:||20140411033 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
Talk from Amy McFarlane on finding seals around the Yorkshire coast
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are hosting a fascinating talk from Amy McFarlane on the work Scarborough SEA LIFE are doing to rescue, release and rehabilitate wild seals. The talk will take place on Thursday 24th April at the Living Seas centre and will be discussing how Scarborough SEA LIFE assesses whether a seal is in need of help, along with the processes the centre goes through to support them.
Amy McFarlane explains that: Our talk is aimed at educating those who may not be familiar with the Pinipeds that inhabit our coastal waters and also to inform those who may encounter them, on the rehabilitation work we do at the Scarborough Sea Life sanctuary, especially the Do’s and Don’t’s of encountering a wild seal.’
‘There has been an expansion of grey seal colonies along our coastlines and encounters with pups are becoming increasingly frequent so public understanding is now more important than ever!’
The talk will take place at the Living Seas Centre at South Landing in Flamborough and doors will open from 6:30pm and the talk itself will start at 7:00pm. The event will cost £2 and booking is essential, to ensure your place email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01262 422103.
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