Surveys & Beach Cleans

We have managed 3 surveys this year so far- Bouley Bay from the slip, Anne Port with the Marine Biology Group and around the end of Bouley Pier. Additionally with the help of the Jersey Mencap group, a sweep for possibly injured Dolphins was carried out aboard WetWheels. Bouley bay Dive Centre are starting a species log as a contribution … Read More

‘Wild About Jersey’

If you didn’t visit Fort Regent on Friday, March 23rd as a member of one of the specially invited schools or during the Public day you missed a great event for anyone interested in Jersey’s Conservation.Many groups at the event consist of just a few dedicated members. The ‘Marine Conservation’ cluster included the Marine Biology section of the Société Jersiaise, … Read More

Becoming an Observer

Getting in the water and making a record of the Species or Habitats you see is a big responsibility in many ways. A professional person or craftsman is held to the things they say and do. Its all about trust. We are Citizen Scientists and not usually Marine Biology professionals but we are trusted and respected for the volunteer work … Read More

Conservation, not Conversation

We are very much Conservation and not just Conversation. In 2012, species records stood at 900 now in 2017 it’s over 15,000. This includes rare sightings, Global warming indicators and commercially important food sources such as shellfish and crabs. If you want to see our local marine life, check out The Jersey Scuba Explorers Guide. Evidence like this underpins how … Read More

Annual Observer Course 2017

Usually we run these 7 hour introductions annually over a weekend but last year demand was so great we actually ran two. Seasearch is a diving group that comes under the Marine Conservation Society UK. It’s not just for divers. In fact, with modern Technology you don’t even have to get wet. We are even developing under water remote cameras, … Read More