Now we’re in summer our events are increasing so check below to see what we’ve got on.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you all at our events, please do get in touch!
Join us on a rockpool ramble, they're a brilliant opportunity to learn about the amazing creatures that can be found in our local rockpools, guided by our expert Charlotte.
Open to all ages and free of charge
Please wear suitable footwear.
More dates coming soon!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Seaquest Southwest, part of our Whale Watch Project, is a citizen science marine recording project that Falmouth Marine Conservation group run on behalf of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. We meet usually the first Sunday of the month 11am-1pm (check our social media), meet us at the end of the car park at Pendennis Point as we survey for marine wildlife. Sometimes we’re lucky enough to see dolphins, porpoises and even a seal on black rock. No worries if you've never been to a Seaquest before! We'll be happy to help. Just bring your own binoculars if you have a pair (if not we have spares for you), and a warm jumper just in case it's windy.
Upcoming Seaquest dates:
Sunday 5th November
Sunday 3rd December
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Join us on Pacific oyster surveys, guided by our expert Chris.
October 28 th Saturday 11.00
October 30 th Monday 11.30
December 14 th Thursday 11.30
December 15 th Friday 12.00
For more information get in touch with Chris!
Seagrass Snorkel Safaris
Join Falmouth Marine Conservation for a guided tour of our underwater seagrass meadows, learning about the creatures that call it home along the way! This snorkelling session is part of our Seagrass Outreach Project, funded by Sea-Changers. Aiming to engage members of the community with the important seagrass habitat present here in Falmouth, with a focus on making marine conservation accessible to and inclusive to all.
The snorkelling safaris are free to join and snorkelling equipment will be provided. No prior snorkelling experience is necessary but you must be able to swim 25m.
More information on upcoming seagrass events coming soon!