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Dolphin in Brazil helping with fishing illustration

Dolphins and fishermen working together

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Gray whale (eschrichtius robustus) Gray whale in Ojo de liebre lagoon Baja California.

Why we’re walking for whales to save the world

We've got enormous ambitions when it comes to fighting climate breakdown, and so two members...
Dolphins with keepers in the new Windsor Safari Park. Image: PA Images/Alamy Stock Photo

Three decades on from UK’s last dolphin show, what needs to change?

The UK hasn't had captive whales and dolphins on display for 30 years, but it's...
Fishers' involvement is crucial. Image: WDC/JTF

When porpoises and people overlap

We're funding a project in Hong Kong that's working with fishing communities to help save...
Whale evolution cover

How did whales end up living in the ocean?

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Fishers chatting

Scottish fishers working with us to reduce risks to whales

Small changes to fishing gear could make a big difference to whales around Scotland, and...

Mindful conservation – why we need a new respect for nature

'We should look at whales and dolphins as the indigenous people of the seas -...
tins of whale meat

How Japan’s whaling industry is trying to convince people to eat whales

Japan's hunters kill hundreds of whales every year despite the fact that hardly anyone in...

Lovely News…a new calf for Kesslet

Great news about WDC Adopt a Dolphin star Kesslet – she has recently given birth to a shiny new baby ! Many of you will remember that very sadly she lost her last baby in early 2015, and at WDC we are keeping our fingers crossed that her latest little one, a wee brother or sister for Charlie, will survive and thrive. The photo below shows Kesslet resting near a mooring buoy in the Inverness Firth and her baby’s head is just visible to her right side. I’m hoping to get some nice photos over the coming weeks and will let you know how he or she is getting on but for the moment I’m just watching from a distance and not getting too close.

About Charlie Phillips

Field officer - Adopt a Dolphin