On the 30th April 1998, the North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission (NAMMCO), issued a press release entitled, 'International Observation of Whaling and Sealing'.
WDCS is pleased to announce another success in the ongoing anti-captivity campaign.
The following letter appeared in the April edition of the science magazine 'Nature'.
Mark Simmonds and Christopher Stroud
Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society
Alexander House, James St. West, Bath BA1 2BT
WDCS has received reports that the Makah tribe of Washington State, USA have made plans to initiate a hunt beginning in October of 1998.
The following is taken from the Australian wire service APP;
Recent reports of the establishment of a new whaling agreement seem to have been both confusing, and, it appears, inaccurate.
For more information about the nearest Walk for British Whales and Dolphins event in your area, copies of the official sponsorship form or further information about the campaign telephone the 'dolphin hotline' on 01225 867770. Or write to:
Walk for Whales and Dolphins 1998
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