Secondary school (from age 16)

Which native seal species are there? What demands do they have of their habitat?

The Seal Centre directly borders the Wadden Sea National Park and Natural World Heritage. Numerous and diverse inhabitants, such as harbour and grey seal, have their habitat here. What distinguishes the individual inhabitants and what makes the Wadden Sea worthy of protection? These and many further questions are pursued in the exhibitions and other educational offers through experiments, observations and discussion groups. Nature and environmental topics are brought to life by educational programmes for sustainable development.


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Educational programmes

For secondary schools, we offer the following educational programmes:

Alone or in small teams, the Seal Centre can be discovered independently.

During a guided tour, you will get information about the animals that live at the Seal Centre permanently, the biology and the habits of native seals, and about the work of the Seal Centre.

The film informs about seal management and the work of the Seal Centre and conveys the right way to handle encounters with wild animals.