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Speeding Up a Bit !

Hi Everyone, This morning at a rough and windy Chanonry Point I managed to get my first reasonable pictures of Mischief this season, the big guy was looking in fine form, mucking about as usual with some of the youngsters – in the picture below he is right behind young Breeze in the choppy tidal…

Fog & Festivals…

Hi Everyone, I had a great day along at our Scottish Dolphin Centre yesterday at the Really Wild Festival, I was there talking to people about adopting dolphins, taking photos and video and despite no dolphins showing a fin or two we were treated to a couple of Ospreys power-diving for fish near the river…

Customs and marine mammals

Travelling through Boston airport I was glad to see that the US Customs were keen on getting the message out to travellers that marine mammals and the products made from marine mammals should not be transported out of or into the USA. The message seeks to reinforce that the US Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA),…

Looking for Right Whales

We are currently in the US with the WDC North American team working on our Act Right Now Campaign to save the North Atlantic Right Whale. The WDC team were called out by State authorities to confirm that Right Whales were using this part of the Bay. This evidence is critical to demonstrating that the…

This Way !

Hi Everyone, The weather recently has been pretty bad and not much dolphin action either but yesterday it was great to see Kesslet and Charlie (who had both been fishing in the Inverness Harbour area) start to bow-ride with a ship coming out of the harbour – as if to say to the ship –…

Norway's dying whaling industry

It seems that despite claims that its whaling is still acceptable to Norwegians, it seems that the Norwegian public’s willingness to purchase and consume whale meat and products is still going the way of whaling all around the world – downwards at a steady rate. https://www.nrk.no/nyheter/distrikt/nordland/1.10994696 reports that only 17 boats are actually taking up…