Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary

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This is a video of a rescued Grey Seal pup called "Casper" being released back into the ocean after he was rescued due to a badly injured flipper and was rehabilitated back to full health in the Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary.
The sanctuary operates 24 hours a day all year round and is run entirely by a dedicated team of volunteers who work tirelessly rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured, and orphaned Seal pups and other wildlife from around the entire coast of Ireland.
A priceless educational facility for the public and a humble second chance rescue centre for some of Ireland's most loved wildlife.


  1. Charmaine Shannon

    THANK-YOU for "ALL" that You Do !! Sanctuaries like Yours are SO VERY IMPORTANT to these Sick and Injured Animals !! Without Your LOVING Care and Concern they would not have a Chance at Survival and for Most being able to be Released back into the Wild !!

    #4 – 16 November, 2013 at 4:46 am

  2. Pieter Cornelis

    Let them do their good work. The more people and org like Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary, the better the world becomes. They really need your support.

    #3 – 14 November, 2013 at 4:06 pm

  3. moss o connor moss o connor

    The guys at the Dingle Wildlife and Seal Sanctuary are doing some fantastic work in seal rehabilitation. I have visited them on several occasions and they never fail to answer the call for an injured animal. From Donegal to Cork, any time of the day or night, it doesn't matter. They get into their cars and go for the seals. The costs associated with transporting, feeding and veterinary for the seals are enormous and the seal sanctuary is operating on a day to day basis. They really need your support.

    #2 – 13 November, 2013 at 10:36 am

  4. Paige Nelson Paige Nelson

    Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary are the heart of saving animals in Ireland. Their work is amazing, dedicated and loving. I adore them & adopted a Common Seal named Georgie that was released after their excellent care! I will be adopting & helping this wonderful cause more. They deserve this!

    #1 – 13 November, 2013 at 1:59 am

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