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Julia Pix

Communications manager - Public Engagement

Recents Posts

What was it like to be in the rescue team at the Tasmania pilot whale stranding?

By Julia Pix / 13th October 2020

Dr Maddie Brasier is a marine biologist at the University of Tasmania and member of the Wildcare Tasmania Whale Rescue Volunteer First Response Team having…

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Why do female orcas live so long after they stop having babies?

By Julia Pix / 15th September 2020

Orcas are one of only five species known to experience menopause and females can live for many decades after their last calf.  The only other…

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Rastus – the tale of an extraordinary dog and his love of dolphins

By Julia Pix / 1st September 2020

Dr Nicolette Scourse is an academic, educator, author and illustrator with a passion for whales, dolphins and the ocean. In her guest blog she tells…

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My time travel for whales and dolphins

By Julia Pix / 26th May 2020

Pamela Styles is one of our brilliant volunteers, giving talks in schools about whales and dolphins. She wanted to raise money to help our efforts…

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How we’re helping to keep orcas safe from capture in Russia

By Julia Pix / 21st April 2020

In 1999, we helped open up whale research in Russia, building a photo-ID catalogue of orcas as well as a Russian team to study them.…

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Cutting it with citizen science – following a whale from the Caribbean to the Arctic via Scotland

By Julia Pix / 26th February 2020

Steve Truluck is a whale watching guide and skipper for Hebridean Whale Cruises, Gairloch, Scotland. He began his journey into the wonderful world of whales…

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