The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a charitable organisation, run by the Sea Life Trust. We were founded in 1958 as a hospital for sick and injured seal pups from the Cornish coastline and this is still our primary function in the winter months. We rescue, rehabilitate and release approximately 80 pups each year between approximately September and April. In addition to this we also serve as a home for life for rescued seals from here and elsewhere who cannot be released for medical reasons, as well as animals from zoos and aquariums who have retired or who require special care. In addition to this we aim to educate and inspire guests about global marine conservation issues.
Wildlife, Sheep/goats, Horses, Other