Waves of Waste Credit Chelsea Bradbury
We have many different Living Seas volunteering opportunities. If you are looking to gain more experience in marine conservation or you simply love our Yorkshire coast and marine habitats then get involved today.
Are you passionate about the marine environment? Do you share our Living Seas vision? Do you want to gain experience in marine conservation and awareness? Are you looking for an exciting way to volunteer?
The Living Seas team need your help to safeguard our seas for the future!
Living Seas Centre
Yorkshire Wildilfe Trust carries out seasonal beach cleans at three sites along the Yorkshire coastline with the support of Waves of Waste coordinators.
With the help of volunteers, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust carries out surveys up and down the county in order to gather important data that gives us a picture of our intertidal wildlife.
The Seasearch North East team run training courses and dives each year to survey important areas. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has been actively engaged with Seasearch North East which includes a survey area stretching from the Scottish borders as far south as Spurn. Join divers from Seasearch North East to help record marine wildlife under the waves.
Flamborough Head, Filey, Marine Drive in Scarborough and Whitby provide ideal locations for marine mammal watching, and during bird migrations many birdwatchers have their eye firmly on our coastal waters.