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There are a range of ways that you can get involved with Project SIARC from actively participating in events to aiding in historical research and inspiring future generations to engage with the marine environment.

Upcoming Events

Taking a deep dive into the past with Project SIARC

Do you enjoy researching or like weird and wonderful stories? Become a citizen scientist with our Project #SIARC archives team to help gather vital historical records about elasmobranchs in Wales. All necessary training, either online or face to face, will be provided beforehand.

Events will be running throughout the summer.

To get involved and find out more contact Nia via the link below.

Great Eggcase Hunt

The eggcases (also known as mermaid’s purses) of some sharks and skates can often be found whilst walking along your local beach. Egg cases vary from species to species so by learning the different shapes, sizes and features you can determine the shark or skate it belongs too.

Come join us to ‘eggsplore’ the shore looking for shark eggcases along the stunning Welsh coastline. Great Eggcase Hunt events will be happening all summer, to find out more and to get involved follow the link below.

Previous Events

The Great Easter Holiday Egg Case Hunt – March 2022
Sharks, skates and rays in Welsh waters – an evening with Project SIARC – March 2022
Great Eggcase Hunt – May 2022

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