Are you passionate about protecting marine wildlife? Do you have a special interest in cetaceans (whales, dolphins, porpoises)? Could you help us to learn more about Yorkshire’s cetacean populations by regularly carrying out surveys? By becoming a Sea Watch Observer you will provide important information about how, where and when cetaceans use Yorkshire coastal waters, enabling us to better protect these animals using conservation measures. Anyone can be an Observer: all you need is enthusiasm, a pair of binoculars (provided), a little patience and a commitment to attend the training course provided. If you enjoy spending time by the coast regularly, why not take time to record what you see – and what you don’t?! Sea Watch observations can be made from 'watch stations' along

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