Blue Seas
Protection

A specialist marine conservation charity

'Fighting for the oceans - never out of our depth!'

Blue Seas Protection is a fast growing UK registered charity - 1189529 - and is recognised by the United Nations (ID 28379) and U.N.E.S.C.O.

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in our fight to save the oceans

Operation carp lift rescue

“Operation Carp Lift” – Sandown Canoe Lake

04 October 2021

REPORT – August 2020 INTRODUCTION Blue Seas Protection is a registered Marine Conservation Charity no. 1189529 affiliated with UN Ocean Action Group and registered Stop…

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Nurdle hunting on beach Credit: Extinction Rebellion

The Great Global Nurdle Hunt 2021

30 September 2021

Have you ever spotted a nurdle? The Scottish environmental charity Fidra are on a hunt for these tiny microplastic disks this October as part of…

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The Killing Continues – Make the use of Supertrawlers a CRIME!

09 August 2021

The explosion of foreign supertrawlers in UK MPAs – Fishing time in the first half of 2020 doubles 2019 effort. Fishing by large foreign-owned pelagic…

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Did you know – Overfishing is driving dolphins to the brink of extinction?!

09 August 2021

“The boats supplying the fish we eat are killing dolphins so fast that they are heading towards extinction…” By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian…

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Three simple steps to help prevent Marine life depletion in our Oceans.

09 August 2021

Here are three simple steps to lower your own impact on Ocean fish stocks. 1.  Eat less fish.  Allow our fish stocks to recover. 80%…

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World Ocean Day 2022

Shark finning – U.K. FISHERMEN INVOLVED IN THIS BRUTAL ACT OF SHARK FINNING CRIME.

09 August 2021

In July 2019 it was revealed via U.K. customs documents showing that 50 tons of shark fins have been exported to Spain from Britain.  In…

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thornback rays egg cases

Shark Eggcases Survey Results for 11 March 2022

06 April 2022

What a Wet Day!  After the last two beautiful days, and despite the misty murky rain, we were determined to complete another day of Shark…

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horns vs tendrils for sharklab survey

Mermaid’s Purse Eggcases Survey 10 March 2022

06 April 2022

MARCH 2022 Mermaid’s Purse Eggcases Survey Results for Thurs 10 March 2022 Area 3 – Yaverland Car Park to Sandown Pier – but we only…

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Yaverland beach to Culver Cliffs

Sharklab’s March 2022 Survey Results

06 April 2022

Hello All! Finally, the full March 2022 Shark Eggcase Survey for Sandown Bay has been completed, and the results have been posted on Facebook. If…

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Support marine conservation by signing our PETITIONS and those of organisations we support.

Our Events

Take part in our BEACH CLEANS and other EVENTS! For more info see our Events or Facebook page.

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Blue Seas Protection, supported by Dame Joanna Lumley OBE and Brian May CBE

We are very fortunate to have not one, but two fantastic patrons:

Joanna Lumley

Fighting for our oceans - the one and only Dame Joanna Lumley OBE.

Joanna - a household name due to her stellar acting career - is also a tireless environmental and humanitarian campaigner. She has recently been a key campaigner for the 'Stop Sea Blasts' campaign, urging wind farm developers to stop blowing up unexploded WWII bombs in the seas around Britain as it deafens whales and dolphins, and causes huge damage to other marine life.

Brian May

Alongside Joanna is our longstanding friend and patron, Professor Brian May CBE.

Brian says:

"One day man will answer in a cosmic court for his crimes on our planet Earth".

Brian is a legend and powerful, passionate animal protector and also the lead guitarist of the legendary rock band Queen.

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It is time to find out more and get involved with Blue Seas Protection and our mission to save our oceans.

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Blue Seas Protection is a UK registered charity - 1189529 - from 2020 and is recognised by the United Nations (ID 28379) and U.N.E.S.C.O.

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