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What prospects for whales, dolphins and porpoises in 2018?

Nicola Hodgins

Policy Manager at WDC

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What prospects for whales, dolphins and porpoises in 2018?

By Nicola Hodgins / 15th January 2018

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world’s main authority on the conservation status of species. Its ‘Red List of Threatened Species’…

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More bad news as two humpback dolphin species are elevated to Endangered and Critically Endangered status!

By Nicola Hodgins / 8th December 2017

Just the other day i blogged about how, as a direct result of bycatch, the IUCN had uplisted both the Irrawaddy dolphin and the finless…

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Bycatch responsible for two more species being placed on the Endangered List!

By Nicola Hodgins / 6th December 2017

Unfortunately, 2017 is not turning out to be a great year for whales, dolphins and porpoises with the numbers of some species dropping to worrying…

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Eaten to extinction?

By Nicola Hodgins / 17th November 2017

Will you make a donation to help us stop dolphins being killed for meat? Thank you. The plight of the large whales at the hands…

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Conserving Migratory Species

By Nicola Hodgins / 31st October 2017

Some species of whales and dolphins can migrate many thousands of miles, travelling through the national waters of a number of different countries to get…

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So long and thanks for all the fins! – Isle of Lewis Research Blog

By Nicola Hodgins / 7th October 2017

Time has flown and it’s almost time to say farewell to the Isle of Lewis and all the whales, dolphins and porpoises who call these…

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