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There are a range of ways that you can get involved with Project SIARC from actively participating in events to helping ID underwater marine life from the comfort of your home, and inspiring future generations to engage with the marine environment.

Upcoming Opportunities

Project SIARC is on Instant Wild!

Anyone with access to the internet can be a citizen scientist by reviewing underwater video footage of the Welsh coast, which can be found on the Instant Wild Project SIARC Portal. New to shark identification? No problem – we’ve developed a training course to help you know the difference between species.

Great Eggcase

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 to.

Come and join us to ‘eggsplore’ the shore looking for shark eggcases along the stunning Welsh coastline. Great Eggcase Hunt events will be happening throughout the year with North Wales Wildlife Trust. To get involved by attending an event or to find out more about the Shark Trust’s Great Eggcase Hunt follow the links below.

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