The biggest killer of dolphins and porpoises in the seas of Europe is accidental entanglement in fishing nets. Known as ‘bycatch’, many thousands meet this…Read More
Around 1,105 harbour porpoises die in UK fishing gear each year, mainly in the North Sea and Celtic and Irish Seas. What’s worse is that…Read More
What does coronavirus mean for the future of fishing and our efforts to prevent dolphin deaths in nets?
Bycatch is the biggest global killer of dolphins, porpoises and whales – hundreds of thousands of them die in fishing gear every year and I…Read More
In the future, dolphins, porpoises and whales won’t get caught in fishing gear – that’s our goal. Entanglement in fishing nets and gear is known…Read More
More whales and dolphins, as well as basking sharks and other marine animals, are getting entangled in fishing gear than ever before. It’s a massive…Read More