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This dolphin died in a fishing net. CSIP-ZSL

Not in our nets – get involved with our new campaign

Julia Pix

Communications manager - Public Engagement

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Not in our nets – get involved with our new campaign

By Julia Pix / 5th April 2022

As new government fishing policies are put together, now is your chance to tell ministers that they must stop dolphins dying in fishing nets around…

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Humpback whale Salt with her calf

A humpback whale teacher named Salt who helps keep you and me alive

By Julia Pix / 9th November 2021

Salt is a remarkable whale. In fact she’s probably the most famous humpback whale in the world.  She was one of the first humpbacks to…

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Events are back!

By Julia Pix / 13th October 2021

After a dire year of cancellation after cancellation, we were excited to travel to London on 18th September to support thirteen swimmers taking part in…

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Dead dolphins on the beach

Faroe Islands whale and dolphin slaughter – what have we done and what are we doing?

By Julia Pix / 5th October 2021

The massacre of 1,428 Atlantic white-sided dolphins at Skálafjørður on the Faroe Islands on 12th September 2021 was beyond horrific.  It was senseless, barbaric and…

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End whale and dolphin captivity

Lockdown never ends– why TUI needs to stop supporting whale and dolphin captivity and how you can help

By Julia Pix / 17th August 2021

As Covid restrictions lift and we can move more freely, travel is just a distant memory for many captive whales and dolphins. But the world’s…

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Celebrating a major milestone towards protecting endangered sei whales

By Julia Pix / 10th August 2021

In the Falklands, sei whales are most often seen alone or in small groups of two to four individuals. © Caroline Weir Sei whales are…

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