From seabirds to shore crabs, this course provides an ideal way to gain skills and experience in Marine conservation, ecosystem surveys and species identification. Special talks and lectures will be given by working conservationists on their research, job roles and the marine environment.

If you are considering furthering your education in marine biology or marine science, this could be the perfect course for you to enrich your field experience and explore some of the possible career pathways.

The course is suitable for Duke of Edinburgh Award Gold residential. Always check with the course  leader before booking.

The Marine Science Camp at Dale Fort studies the marine life of the Pembrokeshire coast. The highlight of the course is the focus on Atlantic Grey Seals. This residential is only open to young people who will be aged 16 or 17 years old at the time of attending.   


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What's included 

  • Expert guidance by fully trained Field Studies Council staff
  • Rigorous health and safety procedures including 24-hour emergency cover
  • Full board accommodation including a cooked breakfast, lunch,  and an evening meal
  • All activities and transport during the course
  • Young Marine Biologist (YMB) or student membership of the Marine Biological Association for one year