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What we do at Seal Rescue Ireland

Seal Rescue Ireland is a charity dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured, or orphaned seals. We run a 24-Hour Rescue Line, supported by just over 600 Rescue Network Volunteers who help to assess, and transport seals to our care. SRI strives to promote ocean conservation and sustainability through education, community engagement and research programmes, in order to protect our marine environment and all life within. At our visitor centre, we welcome and educate guests from all over the world on threats facing marine life and promote ocean conservation and sustainability. Our motto is: Healthy Seas, Healthy Seals! 

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Explore seal education together

Our passionate team love to share their knowledge of seal ecology, behaviour, and what threats face seals and other marine life, promoting a healthy marine habitat! Seal Rescue Ireland shares the lessons we’ve learned in a fun, interactive environment. We offer an array of engaging local, and online programmes, tailored to suit all ages and learning abilities. Not only do we have a virtual education video series, with accompanying workbooks, and projects, but we also offer guided educational group tours, virtual online tours, visiting speakers, and the opportunity to book a visit to your premises from our Educational Roadshow or an Educational Stall! 

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