Isaac has been volunteering as part of his Duke of Edinburgh bronze award with Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust. In his words "it was very interesting learning about various seal behaviours and facts from Sue (Sayer) ...I’m very glad to have worked with the Cornwall Seal Group and am very thankful for all the new information and skills that I have gained from it". Isaac designed a leaflet to help educate people how to get the best experience from watching seals which doesn't disturb them.
Cornwall Seal Group needs funds to print the leaflet and to continue its amazing work building understanding about seals, and supporting conservation efforts. Cornwall Seal Group played an important part in the G7, helping to monitor the impact of the event and the marine security operation on marine mammals in the area, and even persuading the Navy to turn off their sonar if ceteceans were spotted! Its a small charity with an amazing website www.cornwallsealgroup.co.uk. One of the facts Isaac learnt is that a seal can swim 100 km in a day so he has set himself the challenge to complete it by bike on 19th June. Very kind friends, Matt, Sarah and Jowan are helping him. If you can support him in any way, this will really help him get to that 100km goal.