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Some Sad News...

Sadly we think that Kesslet has lost her latest baby at around 7 months old as it has been over two weeks now with no sightings of a cute little dinky dorsal fin next to either Kesslet or Charlie. Dolphins calves at this age are still very maternally dependant and couldn't survive on their own.

A UK manifesto for whales and dolphins

Ahead of the UK's general election on 8th June, WDC recommends three achievable and critical steps to directly improve the welfare and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in the next Parliament. 

A Tasty Bite !

Migratory salmon are being caught more regularly now at Chanonry Point by the resident dolphins including some of the WDC Adopt a Dolphin stars but possibly the most famous dolphin that catches fish locally is lovely "Zephyr" as she often catches fish that are a little too big to be swallowed right away.

Go For It Moonlight!

Every so often some of the bottlenose dolphins in the Inner Moray Firth come across boats and ships of all shapes and sizes and being the intelligent and often curious mammals that they are - they will sometimes interact with the boats by maybe bow-riding, like this recent photo of WDC Adopt a Dolphin "Moonlight" w

Pilot whales under the midnight sun

I’m delighted to introduce the second blog from supporter Oliver Dirr, who has been travelling round the world, watching whales and sharing his best experiences with us! Read on for his account of a magical night under the midnight sun in Norway.

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