Saturday – 7th March
Meet at the Seaton Beach Cafe at 11am for a strandline walk. From 1.00pm join us at the Seaton Beach Cafe for lunch.
The fulmar is a magnificent sea bird, but like other marine animals it is in danger by the increase in marine plastics.
Every northern Fulmar found dead in the English Channel area now has plastic in its digestive tract. Join Alice Trevail of the Southwest Fulmar Project, for a strandline walk along Seaton Beach.
We’ll talk as we walk with Alice explaining how marine plastic is affecting seabirds in the south west, the plastic load in these birds’ guts and how her research is a powerful tool for informing policy makers about plastic litter.
Please join us for a social afterwards at the Seaton Beach Cafe.