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EU legal action against France, Spain and Sweden a big step in WDC’s campaign to stop death in nets

EU legal action against France, Spain and Sweden a big step in WDC’s campaign to stop death in nets

The European Commission has demanded that France, Spain and Sweden take immediate action to prevent the needless...
Beluga sanctuary update

Beluga sanctuary update

Update: 1st July 2020 We have been working to relocate belugas, Little Grey and Little...
Whaling in Japan struggles to make a profit

Whaling in Japan struggles to make a profit

Nearly a year after leaving the International Whaling Commission and resuming commercial whaling, Japan's whaling...
Significant victory for WDC in fight to save world’s smallest dolphins

Significant victory for WDC in fight to save world’s smallest dolphins

A significant victory in the fight to save dolphins in New Zealand from extinction has...

WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre temporary closure

Scottish Dolphin Centre

Due to the ongoing situation with Covid 19 and our concern for the safety and welfare of our visitors, staff and volunteers the Centre is now CLOSED for 12 WEEKS.

We hope to re-open in June, but we will continue to reassess our situation as things develop, based on the guidance from the Scottish government and relevant advisory bodies.

We are deeply sorry to disappoint visitors, but we would encourage you to enjoy the natural beauty of Spey Bay, you can still look out for the amazing bottlenose dolphins from the shoreline and on Shorewatch Hill, just in front of the icehouse.

At this challenging time in our lives, it is even more important for our mental health and wellbeing to connect with Mother Nature and all she has to offer.

Thank you so much for your patience, understanding and support at this time. You can still catch up on all things WDC and whale and dolphin via our website and social media feeds, or sign up to our newsletter – all at whales.org.

 

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