Hanging around a chilly beach in December might not sound like everyones cup of tea but it was well worth it this morning as my friends Alan, David and Anne and I not only spotted Zephyr and her youngster near Chanonry Point but coming the other way were adopt a dolphin Kesslet and her wee baby, both looking great - plus Kesslets big son Charli
In another of our guests blogs as part of #whaleweek, Natalie Kyriacou founder and CEO WDC partner, 'My Green World’, highlights a few fascinating facts about beluga whales.
The four Lower Snake River dams have impeded access to salmon's historic spawning grounds for decades.
WDC is delighted to be working with author and illustrator of The Storm Whale children’s’ books, Benji Davies, to help bring the wonder of whales and dolphins to children across the world through his tales of Noi and his friend, The Storm Whale. Benji recently spoke to WDC about his trip to see whales swimming wild and free in the waters off Iceland, and his connection with these magni
Researchers have recorded a number of cases where humpback whales seem to be intentionally rescuing other species.
As WDC's office in North America enjoys the Thanksgiving holiday season with family and friends, we would like to take some time to honor the members of the critically endangered Southern Resident orca community who were lost this year. Southern Resident orcas are incredibly social and family-oriented, and most offspring, both male and female, stay with or very close to their mother for their