Yorkshire Coast Cetaceans Walk:
Walk led by Stuart Baines
Monday 29th May, 14.00pm
Stuart will lead a walk of up to twenty people to look out to sea for sightings of cetaceans, and to help people understand the best places from which to hope for a viewing. He will share his vast knowledge of, and abiding passion for, these magnificent creatures that share our coastline.
Please note, this event follows on from Stuart’s talk at 13.00 at St Mary’s Church, but must be booked separately. There will be a maximum number of 20 people, and it must be understood that a sighting cannot be guaranteed.
The walk will be cancelled in the event of bad weather.
Citizen scientist Stuart Baines was born and bred in Scarborough and has always had an interest in Yorkshire’s coastal wildlife. Over the last thirteen years he has developed a passion for the marine mammals that visit and live in the seas of his hometown - Dolphins, Whales and Porpoises. Stuart is a regional coordinator representing the national cetacean charity Sea Watch and has links with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trusts on several cetacean projects, and on the Yorkshire-based Wild Eye project. He is the editor of the very popular Scarborough Porpoise Facebook page.