The team from wildlife charity, MARINElife has been training a new batch of volunteers on Condor Ferries' fleet, as they prepare for a busy summer season of wildlife spotting on the cross-Channel service.
Training to become Wildlife Officers for MARINElife, the volunteers will be on a number of MARINElife day trips to the Channel Islands offered by the company this summer.
Sailing from Poole to Guernsey on Condor Liberation, the day trips offer passengers the opportunity to marvel in the marine mammals and seabirds in the English Channel for an unforgettable day out on the water.
To make the most of the wildlife, the ferry company is offering weekly MARINElife day trip sailings from Poole to Guernsey throughout the summer. With a Wildlife Officer onboard, birdwatchers, marine enthusiasts and nature novices alike, will have the chance to discover the various species in both air and sea and learn more about how to spot and identify species.
Day trips run four- to five times a month up until October 21, with tickets costing £20 per person, which includes a £5 donation to MARINElife when booked using promotion code 'MARINE'.
For more information visit condorferries.co.uk/day-trips/view-marinelife-day-trips