It would seem that the Royal Navy has been taking lessons from the tuna industry.
Well they said on Thursday that the UK Navy was not operating anywhere near the incident that led to the deaths of some 26 common dolphins when they stranded on the UK's Cornsih coast.
It was a grey and blustery day at Chanonry Point but the dolphins were nice and active. This photo is of Sundance being jumped over by Squat Fin, the two of them were really having fun today.
As we might have mentioned a few days ago, it seems that Japan may not have been so aware that Fin whale meat was being foisted on it from Norway and Iceland.
I have just had the privilege of visiting the WDCS Wildlife Centres in Scotland, a journey that I am distracted from making all too often because I can find a million other issues arriving at my office door to secure me firmly at my desk.
I have EVER spent at Chanonry Point was yesterday, helping out with the filming of Springwatch which was transmitting live from my "office". I was round at Chanonry really early and spent a few hours with Simon King and the two cameramen doing some pre-recorded stuff.
The Icelandic daily Frettabladid, reports tht 60 tons of fin whale meat has been exported to Japan from
Today at Chanonry Point Nevis really took the prize for the biggest fish caught so far...it was HUGE !