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Jessi Jennings

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Marine Biology

The Marine Biology Section is a small group of enthusiastic individuals who have an interest in the marine life of Guernsey. We are involved, and plan to become more involved, in a number of projects and activities relating to Guernsey, and the Channel Islands. Indoor meetings are held in the Candie office in winter and shore excursions are also undertaken. There is much of Guernsey's marine life still to be investigated and help from anyone interested would be appreciated. Please ask the Section Secretary for more details.

The Cetacean Section of La Société has been incorporated into the Marine Biology Section, and we will be running a marine mammal sighting programme alongside La Société Jersiaise. Contacts for this project are Jessi (marinebiology@societe.org.gg), or the Guernsey Biological Records Centre (gsybiorec@cwgsy.net). Sighting forms can be found online.

For more information on the section, or the events running this year, please visit the La Société facebook page, or contact Jessi (marinebiology@societe.org.gg).

Programme of Events

Big Seaweed Search
Saturday 25th February 11:30 - 13:00
A Big Seaweed Search will be carried out at Portelet on Saturday 25th February. We will meet at 11.30am at Portelet kiosk. Here is the link to the Big Seaweed Search website for more info: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/take-part/citizen-science/big-seaweed-search.html Email marinebiology@societe/org.gg for more info.

Annual Ormer Survey
Sunday 12th March 12:00 - 14:00
The Marine Biology Section annual Ormer survey will take place this year on Sunday 12th March. We will meet in the Lihou causeway car park at 12pm. As in previous years, we are teaming up with the Alderney Wildlife Trust (AWT) for this event: they will be carrying out an Ormer survey at the same time at Clonque Bay in Alderney. The data is then shared and compared, and submitted to the Guernsey Biological Records Centre. Here is the AWT website: http://www.alderneywildlife.org/ All are welcome; please wear suitable sturdy footwear. Please note that the aim of this event is the collection of data, not of Ormers. Email marinebiology@societe.org.gg for more info.



 
   
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