COASTAL GUARDIANS


How you can help

Whether your interest lies in bird watching, angling, walking the dog, or simply enjoying the sea breeze you can really help. The Guardians of the Deep project is setting up a network of Coastal Guardians—to become the eyes and ears of the Kent coast. We need people who regularly visit the Kent coast to help with anything from:

  • Recording and reporting wildlife sightings to add to our knowledge of what lives around our coasts
  • Taking part in or organising your own beach cleans
  • Reporting strandings, pollution incidents, illegal activities to the relevant authorities
  • Promoting your favourite stretch of coast
BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Explore Kent’s Coastline



Get involved

Perhaps you belong to a group that could help by linking coastal activities into your existing programme of events?

There are lots of training opportunities for those who would like to know more about marine conservation, all free of charge thanks to Heritage Lottery funding.

To find out more or to get involved, contact:
Fiona White, Marine Officer, Kent Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01622 662012
Email: fiona.white@kentwildlife.org.uk

 

There are so many ways that you can help to protect the marine environment from your own home.


TAKE OUR QUIZ

Take our quiz to find out how close you are
to becoming a Defender of the Deep!

Test your knowledge of marine life and share your score
with your friends on social media.

TAKE OUR QUIZ!

MAKE A PLEDGE

Make your pledge to help Kent’s marine environment now
with our online Wish Fish.

The Wish Fish will be making an appearance at various events
throughout 2018. Check our events listings for details.

MAKE A PLEDGE!

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