Based in Brixham, The Seal Project work across the South West surveying seals around the coastline. Join Sarah down at The Boathouse at Greenway as she shares the work the Seal Project does to protect seals, fun facts about the local seal population and how to identify different seals.
The talk will last between 30 and 60 minutes, and Sarah will be available for questions before and after. There may even be a chance to spot seals on the river from the Boathouse.
As this talk takes part at the Boathouse which is located at the bottom of the garden, please be aware access is via steep slopes and steps. Please wear sturdy footwear and weather appropriate clothing.
This talk is free, booking is not required. If you are visiting Greenway by car, you will need to book your parking in advance on the website.
|13:00 - 15:00
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
Children are very welcome when accompanied by an adult.
- Meeting point
Please meet at the Boathouse.
- What to bring and wear
Please wear sturdy footwear and weather appropriate clothing.
The event takes place at the Boathouse which is accessed via steep slopes and steps.
If you are visiting Greenway by car, you will need to book your parking in advance on the website.
To say thank you to the Lottery players who have made so much of our conservation work possible, we’re taking part in the National Lottery Open Week. Just present your lottery ticket or scratch card to explore Greenway for free.
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