The UK’s seas are home to half our wildlife but many undersea habitats have already been lost, fish stocks have declined and species are at risk. In order to protect our seas, the UK Government are designating a network of Marine Conservation Zones around the English coast – areas of seabed where marine wildlife and habitats are protected.
The Government has already designated nine sites in the North Sea but it is vital that more sites are designated to protect the full range of species and habitats found in our seas.
Please join our growing team of ‘Friends of Marine Conservation Zones’ to ensure our North Sea wildlife receives the protection it needs.
By becoming a friend of your chosen Marine Conservation Zone you will:
- Receive quarterly updates giving you more information on our campaign and our regional work to help save marine habitats and wildlife in the North Sea
- Receive updates from your local Wildlife Trust so you can keep up to date with what’s happening in your local area
- Find out how to respond to the third and final consultation on MCZs in 2017 to show your support for your local Marine Conservation Zone.
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