Do you have any|
|If anyone has any spare towels they don´t want, please drop them into the reception at the Sanctuary, the Animal Care Team are desperate for these, as the stock of towels are running very low.
The Animal Care Team use 4 towels per seal a day so if you have any old towels you don´t want, please drop them in.
Why do the Animal Care Team ask for towels?
These are used during the rescue process, first to distract the seal and then to cover its head and body. Once the seal´s head is covered they tend to calm down.
Towels are also used during the rehabilitation process, again for handling the seal and also to keep the pen dry and warm during the early part of the treatment.
Post Release Monitoring|
With each update we will name any tagged seals spotted in the wild by members of the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT) around the coast of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly:-
Beast on 17/12/2018 & 24/12/2018,|
Boo on 20/12/2018 & 03/01/2019,
Elizabeth & Jewell on 20/12/2018,
Elvis on 17/12/2018 and 03/01/2019,
Nampara & Platypus on 17/12/2018,
Orion on 24/12/2018 & 31/12/2018 & 03/01/2019,
Riley on 06/12/2018 & 03/01/2019,
Rocket Dog on 24/12/2018,
Sam on 06/12/2018, 20/12/2018 & 24/12/2018,
Shrek on 20/12/2018 & 03/01/2019,
Shuttle on 6th, 20th & 24/12/2018 & 03/01/2019,
Snowdrop on 6th & 31/12/2018, 3rd & 04/01/2019,
Spiderman on 03/12/2018, 06/12/2018 & 24/12/2018 and
Wonder Woman on 03/12/2018 & 24/12/2018
This above information regarding tagged seals seen in the wild is copyright of the CSGRT.