Adopt a wild Cornish or Isles of Scilly seal

Cornwall Seal Group is a voluntary, not for profit, organisation linked to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. All proceeds are aimed at benefiting wild seals by : Reducing disturbance at seal sites : Observing & photo identification : Raising awareness & educating people about seals : Linking people & organisations interested in seals.
For more information, please click here to read our organisational aims and our fundraising policy.

This adult female seal is called '22' - she recently featured on the BBC's Nature in Britain programmes


This female was the first pregnant net entangled seal we ever saw. We monitor local Mums and pups

Friendship Scheme : £30 for a year

What you get is listed below

Adoption scheme : £15 for a year

What you get is listed below

Welcome letter

Gold Adoption Certificate

Profile of your adopted seal

Seal Photo Collage

The international importance of Grey Seals

Grey Seals in Cornwall Leaflet

Leaflets about places to see Grey Seals

Marine Code of Conduct

Where to get more information about Grey Seals

Invite to Seal Group meetings

One free adult and child place on all our talks and walks

Information about Grey Seals (8 pages)

Cornwall Seal Group Research

Ideas for taking an active part in our seal sightings work

Seal sightings record sheets

Seal Photo Identification starter kit

10 Seal Group Postcards

Seal Activities for Children

Welcome letter

Silver Adoption Certificate

Profile of your adopted seal

Seal Photo Collage

The international importance of Grey Seals

Grey Seals in Cornwall Leaflet

Marine Code of Conduct

Where to get more information about Grey Seals

Invite to Seal Group meetings

An invite to join our Seal talks and walks,

for which there is a small charge

3 Seal Group Postcards

Seal Activities for Children

 

 

 

 

 

To help us to help wild Cornish seals (Isles of Scilly see below), follow these simple steps:-

  1. Choose your seal (click here for a list of wild seals)
  2. Select your pack - Adoption or Friendship
  3. Download and complete our application form (click here for our ink saving or colour application form)
  4. Post your form with a cheque*

IF YOU WANT TO ADOPT A SEAL FROM THE ISLES OF SCILLY
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A PDF TO POST OR HERE FOR A WORD VERSION TO EMAIL US!

*Ideally we like 28 days notice, but we can usually send packs out very quickly.
If in doubt, ring us and check we can make your deadline.

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23/06/11