Seal Rescue News

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Seal Rescue Ireland (SRI) is a very busy seal rescue and rehabilitation organisation based in Courtown, Co Wexford. This charity operates the only seal rehabilitation facility within the Republic of Ireland and therefore responds to sick, injured and orphaned seals nationwide.

Established in 2010, SRI now manages a network of over 1000 volunteers all over Ireland, to rescue, transport and rehabilitate a growing number of native seal pups, with the ultimate goal of returning them fit and healthy back to the wild. They also run active educational programs and community outreach events to promote ocean conservation and sustainability.

Book their new experiences online and see their adorable seal pups up close and get involved in their rehabilitation!

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SRI welcomes over 42,000 visitors each year from all over the world to the Seal Rescue Centre, which consists of the hospital, education centre and gift shop. Open every day, visitors of all ages are encouraged to come for a free tour to see and learn about the seals in care.

There are ample opportunities to get involved and support SRI with programmes such as Adoptions, Donations, Corporate Volunteer Days, Rescuer-For-A-Day Experience, Memberships, School Tours and Birthday Parties, and more! For more information on how to get involved with SRI, please visit their website.  Follow Seal Rescue on Facebook 

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