Thank you for attending

We hope you have enjoyed this evening's tour of our Marine Conservation Zones with Ella Garrud.

Please show your appreciation for Ella's talk and help Sussex Wildlife Trust to protect and restore our marine wildlife by making a donation.

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Wild Coast Sussex

To find out more about  'Wild Coast Sussex' our exciting project which will inspire Sussex communities to care for the marine environment and enable them to protect their local coast and sea. Click here

Become a Friend of our Marine Conservation Zones

Show our MCZ's some love and sign up to give them your support. You'll receive an exclusive monthly newsletter packed with marine conservation news from around the world, exciting wildlife sightings and updates on Marine Conservation Zones. Details here

Take Action for Britain's Highly Protected Marine Areas

You can do your bit to help the seas around our island- find out more here

Help Our Kelp

For more information on our pioneering 'Help Our Kelp' project click here or watch the short film narrated by Sir David Attenborough here   Book on our upcoming Help Our Kelp webinar (see below).

Shoresearch & Seasearch

Shoresearch is a volunteer scheme to identify and record animals, plants and habitats along our shoreline. Click here to find out more.

Seasearch is a project for volunteer divers who have an interest in underwater life, want to learn more, and want to help protect the marine environment around the coasts of the UK. Click here for more details.

Eggcases

There's a great guide to identifying the egg cases of sharks and rays here and you can take part in The Great Eggcase Hunt here

Book

Ella recommends the Collins Complete Guide to British Coastal Wildlife here


To book on our upcoming webinars click here

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The work of the Sussex Wildlife Trust depends the support of our members, you can join today and help protect the wildlife of Sussex.

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Your donation can make a really big difference and help us to secure a much better future for nature in Sussex.