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Because we follow the advice of Dutch Government, our doors remain closed to visitors until at least July 1st. The team of veterinarians, sealnurses, international volunteers and technical service is divided into two groups and they work hard with minimal manpower to take care of the seals in shelter. This way, the continuity of care is guaranteed, even when a team is affected by illness.

Eventhough our visitors centre is closed, we can open our doors online! In addition to the webcam that is active 24 hours a day, you can digitally visit the seals that are now in shelter and watch the live feeds on facebook every day between 11:00-12:00 am.



Help a seal, support our team

Since we are currently unable to receive visitors and receive no subsidies, but the care of the seals of course continues, this means we have no income but only costs. This period is therefore double hard for us. A seal eats about 5 kilos of fish daily and the cost of a single portion is on average 5 euros. Do you want to support the seals and our team in these weeks? Then donate a portion of fish! A small donation is a huge boost for our sealnurses!



What else can you do?

Meet the seals

Meet the seals

Visit the seals that are currently at the Sealcentre online and see who they are. You can even help the seal of your choice by giving him or her some fish! 


Adopt a seal

Adopt a seal

By adopting a seal you contribute to the recovery of a seal of your choice. You will receive an adoption certificate with information of your seal by mail. 


Live every day

Live every day

Every day between 11:00-12:00 am (unless announced differently) the sealnurses will take you to the seals in a Facebook livefeed.