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Get involved in local conservation

Walk our Wetlands Conservation Trail

The story so far...

Our Wetlands Conservation Trail was designed and developed to encourage native species of wildlife into the Park.

We have had great help from the Dorset Wildlife Trust and Martin Young from "Nectar Plants," who both provided us with their skills, advice and also with some plants! We also had some help from local students who gave up their time to help clear and dig out "Butterfly Bridge."

We are committed to our Wetlands Area which will continue to evolve as shrubs, trees and grasses grow, and the local wildlife moves in to make it their own. 

Duck feeders for scatter and pond food are available for 20p per handful. Each spring, new arrivals can be found finding their feet on the water. 

Find out more about our Wetlands Area as you walk around, including projects such as our Bug Hotel, Bee Hotel, Log Piles, Hedgerows, Butterfly Bridge and Rubble Piles.


COVID-19 UPDATE: Following the latest UK Government update, SEA LIFE Weymouth remains OPEN as we are situated in a COVID-19 Medium Alert area. If you are travelling from a Very High Alert area please read this

We encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance around social distancing procedures, mask/face covering and current laws on group size formations.
From the 24th September 2020 you will also find NHS QR ‘check-in’ code posters at key entry points around our attractions. These QR posters are optional and can be scanned on the NHS COVID-19 smartphone App. We encourage all our guests to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attraction.