PLASTIC POLLUTION AND IT’S DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES ON OUR OCEANS- SEA WATCH NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2016

It is pretty much guaranteed that at some point in your daily life, you will come into contact with plastic. You may find it holding your cereal in the morning and wrapped around your sandwiches at lunch time. It could be used to carry your shopping home or cover food and hold drinks in the … Continue reading PLASTIC POLLUTION AND IT’S DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES ON OUR OCEANS- SEA WATCH NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2016

SHARK CONTROL AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL- SEA WATCH FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2015

Heart pounding and fins thrashing, the dolphin twists frantically trying to escape the hook embedded deep inside her abdomen. Unable to help, her mother circles her desperate to try and save her baby who is now blinded in one eye by the constant friction of the drum line chain. There is nothing she can do. Her … Continue reading SHARK CONTROL AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL- SEA WATCH FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2015

US NAVY SONAR LIMITATIONS TO HELP SAVE CETACEANS- SEA WATCH FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2015

Imagine this. You’re sitting in your house, enjoying a lovely and well deserved meal at your table with your friends and family when all of a sudden you’re overcome by a noise so deafening that you have no other choice but to run. Your head is pounding, you feel dizzy, your body is aching and … Continue reading US NAVY SONAR LIMITATIONS TO HELP SAVE CETACEANS- SEA WATCH FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2015