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Getting so close to be able to observe Seals in their natural habitat is a wonderful experience. Their natural curiosity as they watch and swim around the divers is fascinating to watch. Diving Seals Lands End Video (Diving Seals Lands End) taken off Lands end near the Longships lighthouse with close ups of both the seals […]Continue reading
There is a colony of resident seals at Godrevy. They can be seen quite often by those who walk the coastal path past the island in the surf or hauled out on the island rocks below the Godrevy Lighthouse. Seals at Godrevy A seal is very well camouflaged, particularly when hauled out on the rocks […]Continue reading
The Cornwall National Seal Sanctuary Gweek has its origins from an event in the winter of 1958 when Ken Jones found a baby seal washed up on the beach at St Agnes. The seal was only a few hours old. He took this baby seal back to the garden of his house near the beach. […]Continue reading
Kayaking Godrevy Seals: Close up encounters with the seals in a Kayak around Godrevy Island and Beach. Kayaking Godrevy Seals There is a large colony of seals at Godrevy and you can normally spot one if you take a few minutes to stop and watch when walking along the coast path. Please take care on […]Continue reading
The seal colony haul out at at low water and can be seen from the cliff top. The Coast path at Godrevy with the view over to the island and Godrevy lighthouse is a lovely walk and is part of the Coastal path. Seals hauled out Godrevy The car parks, cafe and toilets are all […]Continue reading
A promotional video from Orca Sea Safaris based in Falmouth Cornwall on their wildlife watching and coastal boat trips. Based at Events Square in Falmouth Adjacent to the National Maritime Museum. Orca Sea Safaris Dolphins Seals Basking Sharks in Falmouth Cornwall The trips will take you out around the harbour along the coastline. As well […]Continue reading
This video (Seal Centre releases Porthtowan Beach) was made on the 17th June 2008 when the National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek released 6 pups from the National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Cornwall at Porthtowan Beach. Seal Centre releases Porthtowan beach The Seal Sanctuary rescues pups lost, injured or abandoned by their mothers around the coast […]Continue reading
April, a rescued seal pup (2007/8 season) at the National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Cornwall. The Seal Sanctuary rescues abandoned, stranded or injured sals and seal pups from around the coast of Cornwall. Seal pup Seal Sanctuary Gweek Their ambition is to always try and release the pups back into the wild when they are able […]Continue reading
Seals are often seen at Hells Mouth which is on the South West Coast Path north of Godrevy. There is a public lay-by for cars and a cafe with a large car park very close by. Hells Mouth Seal Pup Care should be taken around all cliff edges. Peregrines can often be seen on the […]Continue reading
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