Research update on the South Coast’s Resident Bottlenose Dolphins

A group of Cornish Bottlenose Dolphins - picture by Dan Murphy

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Join Seaquest Southwest, researcher Shauna Corr from the University of Plymouth and the South West Bottlenose Dolphin Consortium for a fascinating talk all about our resident bottlenose dolphin pod.

As many of you may know we have a pod of bottlenose dolphins which can be seen feeding, playing and breeding in our waters along the South Coast. Sadly due to their low numbers they are in great need of protection.

To find out about all the latest research on the pod, the current risks they are facing and how you can help, please join this Zoom event via the Eventbrite page

Note: tickets cost £3 with all profits used to support the Seaquest Southwest Project.

Seaquest Southwest is a citizen science marine recording project run by Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Living Seas Team. It is one of Cornwall Wildlife Trust's fantastic marine projects aimed at better understanding, conserving and protecting marine wildlife and wild places for future generations. Visit the Cornwall Wildlife Trust's website for further information about its conservation work.

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