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Tuesday 23rd June 2020.
18:00 - 20:00
The undulate Ray can still be found along the Jurassic Coast, but little is known about their habits and movements in the wild. This project is exploring the lifestyle of the undulate ray, using computer recognition as part of a long-term monitoring of an undulate ray population on the south coast.
Martin and Sheilah Openshaw have been diving the Dorset coast for over 20 years. Initially from professional backgrounds in engineering, sales, and marketing they have built up a knowledge of the marine environment as volunteers on various and diverse underwater projects. Currently, most of their time is consumed by The Undulate Ray Project
Come along to find out how Martin & Sheila run the project and what they've found so far. Find out how they use the data they've gathered and see how you can contribute to their project.
We will be asking for £2 on the door from every attendee to go towards their expenses and The Sharks Trust. No need to book your attendance along, pop along to our event page on Facebook and click 'GOING.'
As always free refreshments available.