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Seals

As a marine mammal medic I am on call to check and rescue seals. Our most famous one being on this link Relashio who had an engine air filter around his neck and after the Hunstanton vet operated on him on a Sunday night in their own time and Sealife kept him in hospital for a couple of months he was nursed back to full health and released. Further information and updates will be added to my page. For more information on this visit British Diver Marine Life Rescue a voluntary network of trained marine mammal medics who respond to call outs from the general public, HM Coastguard, Police, RSPCA and SSPCA and are the only marine animal rescue organisation operating across England, Wales and Scotland.
I have been working with all of the local organisations, Holkham, Pinewoods, Wells Harbour, AONB and Coastwatch to help protect the seals on our beach. Just ask while you are here for the latest news as it is my aim to enable the seals to have a safe place to haul out on Wells beach whilst poeople can enjoy watching them from a safe distance.  
Wells-next-the-Seals return to Wells After a tough season of puplic disturbance they have come back for us to enjoy if we can help them

Recent Signs info placed on Wells beach 26 Dec 20

Keep out of the seal enclosure

Stay over 25 meters from a seal, they need to rest on land.

Keep dogs and children away and under control. Seals bite.

Do not walk in front of the enclosure at low tide,

always walk around it, even when there are no seals.

Do not get closer for photo’s.

You are on CCTV.

Enjoy watching the Wells resident Seals from a distance.

Thank You

For Seal Info and Rescue www.BDMLR.Org.UK.

Authors Email WellsnexttheSeals@gmail.com


Panini Panini 18.5kg now at Eastwinch, underweight as lost her mum.
BDMLR Medics socially distanced 2 days spent watching Panini in the hope her mum would come back, Now at EastWinch
Tiger Bread. EastWinch 1st grey seal pup of 2020 She was washed away by the tide and would not survive without mum. 2 weeks old and underweight13.6kg
Tiger Bread Grey Seal Pup Rescue
Horsey Seals Visit with Friends of Horsey Seals