Wildlife Sightings

The waters around the north Pembrokeshire coast are important marine habitats for a range of species, including dolphins, porpoise, whales, grey seals, sharks, anemones, corals, jellyfish, octopuses, squid, seaweeds and grasses, crabs, urchins, starfish, lobsters and much, much more! There is surprisingly little known about the distribution, abundance and threats to these species.   You can help us find out more.   Sea Trust’s Community Sightings Network encourages residents, local wildlife enthusiasts and visitors to report their sightings of whales, dolphins and porpoises to the Sea Trust. This information is very useful in understanding where and when particular species occur.
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What you can see

Explore the types of marine mammals that you can find around Pembrokeshire’s coast
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General Advice

Find out how to spot marine mammals and how to do so safely, including advice for boat users. How to know if a seal is in trouble and what to do about it.
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Report your sightings

Have you seen a marine mammal around the Pembrokehshire coast? If yes, we want to know. Send us your sightings to add to our database.