We are delighted to be receiving funding from Sea-Changers to run our public sea watches for the next two seasons! This funding will cover staff and petrol costs for 10 fortnightly sea watches in 2023 and a further 10 in 2024! It also allows us to purchase much-needed new camping chairs (to also be used for land-based surveys) and hi-viz jackets with MWDW logo. Our public sea watches are popular with tourists and locals all through the season and provide an excellent place for members of MWDW to meet up. We are absolutely thrilled to receive such recognition for these popular events, and we cannot wait to run them again come the spring! Thank you, Sea Changers! And thanks always to The Cafe at the Sound for having us.
On 13th January, a humpback whale was spotted and photographed at Cranstal, near the Point of Ayre and reported to