Sea World’s pioneering work in marine animal rescues has resulted in outstanding success in saving many sick, injured and stranded animals in the wild. Every time Sea World is involved in a rescue, an enormous contribution is made to public awareness and scientific knowledge. Through research and rescue activities, the Foundation aims to help build our knowledge and appreciation of the wondrous variety of life in our oceans. A team of highly skilled staff are on call 24 hours each and every day with resources and specialised equipment to ensure rescue operations can be initiated quickly and efficiently. If you’ve ever wanted to know what really happens on these rescues, come along to the Currumbin RSL on September 23rd, where they will be discussing their rescue operations, as well as their rehabilitation of some of the many birds, turtles, dolphins and whales that come into their care. They will also be discussing some of the 140 research projects they have supported over the years.
Who: Belle McCarthy – Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation
When: 23rd September, 6.30pm for networking meet and greet. Presentation begins at 7pm.
Where:The Cove Currumbin RSL, 165 Duringan St, Currumbin QLD 4223