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The Spirit Of Adventure…

Hi Everyone, I have been very fortunate for the last three days having been invited out on no less than three boat trips, one per day by long time supporters, Sundance adopters and all round lovely people – The White Family, Catherine, Elaine and Andy, seen in the photo below (onboard Ecoventures boat at Cromarty)…

That's A Bit Small, Sundance !

Hi Everyone, A long and very cold wait at Chanonry Point yesterday eventually saw Sundance, Zephyr and Breeze arrive in the choppy water. They all pottered around for a while and some fish started running through the channel and about 200 metres out from the Point, the water suddenly erupted with a very small salmon…

Nice One Son !

Hi Everyone, A bitterly cold session at Chanonry on Sunday and we ended up with about eight dolphins around the Point. Kesslet was the only adoption dolphin there, no sign of Rainbow and the rest of the gang recently. In the photo below Kesslet is looking on as her son Charlie has a little “Yee-Haa”…

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The Dolphin Dog Walk = "DONE"!

Posted on behalf of Kila and Harvey – the Canine Research Team!In case you’ve not read my blog before, i’m Kila and i’m the WDCS Canine Research Assistant. Kila – WDCS Canine Research Assistant and avid “Dog Blogger”. Harvey is my side-kick, otherwise known as the “Assistants assistant”. Harvey taking a break! In our role…

Just Ticking Over…

Hi Everyone, Dolphin sightings and actual activity are pretty much just ticking over at the moment – I caught a little bit of romping around by ID#1085 “Breeze” beside his auntie Squat Fin yesterday… ©WDCS/Charlie Phillips No adoption dolphins have been in at Chanonry for a few days now, even Kesslet and Charlie have gone…

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Environmental Movements: Old & New

When doing outreach events we often stress there is little difference between what happens on land and what happens to the oceans. No matter where you live, your actions impact not only your local terrestrial environment but your local watershed and eventually the ocean and its inhabitants. So in honor of World Oceans Day, we…