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|The objectives of the Cornish Seal Sanctuary are to:-|
This is made possible by the generosity of people like you visiting the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, donations and adoptions.
- To rescue and provide professional treatment for sick, injured or distressed marine animals that are found around our shores - no animal is turned away at the seal sanctuary.
- To rehabilitate or provide and maintain a home for the unfortunate animals who would otherwise perish in the wild.
- To release rehabilitated marine animals safely back into the natural environment.
- To create greater awareness of the marine environment through the work and research which is undertaken.
55 years young!
Please call 01326 221361 to make a donation.
You could help the Seal Sanctuary with a one-off donation:-
£5 will provide one re-hydration pack for a rescued pup
£15 is the cost of basic blood sample analysis for one rescued pup
£50 will buy a box of antibiotics for a pup
£100 will pay for one week's milk for a new born pup
£150 is the cost of one pup rescue kit
£1,000 is the cost of rehabilitating one grey seal pup
£3,500 will allow the sanctuary to satellite tag and monitor one released grey seal pup
In 2008 the Cornish Seal Sanctuary celebrated 50 years of seal and sea lion rescue, rehabilitation and conservation.
With your help the Sanctuary will be able to continue rescuing and rehabilitating seals and sea lions and educating the public about marine conservation for another 50 years.
Please call 01326 221361 to set up a standing order.
You can support their work by:-
By donating £5 or more per month you will be making a significant contribution towards their work and the conservation of seals and sea lions world wide. Complete your standing order form now and receive a fluffy seal bug and car sticker.
|Standing Order: A hassle free way for you to support their work on a regular basis
£2 per month will provide 10 days of medication for a hyperthyroid seal
£5 per month will allow us train one additional seal rescue volunteer
£10 per month will pay for one day's fish for the resident seals.