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Marine Wildlife Public Roadshow

  • Now in its 21th year of operation, and from which the school roadshow developed, with a huge range of Marine Wildlife species models
  • ....seen at countless Sea Festivals, Marine Weeks, Exhibitions, Conferences, Seminars, and other public gatherings worldwide
  • ....with packages to focus on key species and issues to meet Event organisers requirements
  • ....and compact enough to be transported as baggage on flights worldwide, or driven to European destinations in the Roadshow transporter 
  • New projects undertaken worldwide with Government and ngo partners, perhaps in conjunction with a school roadshow project or a Science Festival...get in touch if you have any ideas!
  • ....and European Marine Wildlife Roadshow is available with over 20 species and ready to go...contact us with your ideas for Events or click on above words to download European MWR flyer
  • During 2016 introducing Marine Wildlife Installations, focusing on specific species, such as Penguins in Antarctica, and more
  • Adapting roadshow content and format to match demand from Science Festivals, offering single species focus such as " Why is the Blue Whale?", "Amazing Hammerhead Shark", and broader topics like "Ocean Giants", " Dolphins are Special ", "Underwater Sound", UK Killer Whales, UK Shark Species, and more, or providing a range of regional species and all the science that governs their lives. We can make new species to create a presentation if necessary
  • Developing ideas for " a Whale and Dolphin Christmas Party" with special guests ( Penguins ), featuring life sized creatures, sparkly creature craft activity, festive lights, and more

Details of past roadshows ( hundreds of references and reports ) can be found online by using search for

  • Marine Wildlife Roadshow
  • Cool Seas Roadshow
  • Coral Seas Roadshow
  • The Whale Workshop
     
At the fantastic Whale Fest in Brighton, October 2012, entering the Whale Sanctuary
Cork Week Regatta Family Fun weekend July 2012
At Exploris Aquarium in Northern Ireland in May 2012
At WhaleFest in November 2011, organised by Planet Whale
Porpoise Hugging.....embracing Europe's smallest cetacean
...everyone wants to join in
Blue Whale on the River Thames prior to the 2001 IWC meeting in London
In a Shopping Mall, could be anywhere!
A blind girl discovers a whale's tail
Travel Exhibition in London with iconic species suspended above a diving tank
WhaleZone in Switzerland 2004 --- see European Locations photo album
CITES Roadshow tour of Chile, 2002, seen by over 100,000 people
The Gozo Minister welcomes the audience to the Public Roadshow on World Environment Day 2011
In Northern Ireland highlighting local marine species
Biodiversity Day in Co Fingal, Dublin

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