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The Life of Riley, A WDC Shorewatch dog

He’s lost the plot. My poor human has lost the plot. 10 days in Englandshire without seeing whales and dolphins have broken him. It all started when he went on BookFace. He saw that my friends the WDC Shorewatchers have been seeing dolphins and many lots of different types of whales. New volunteers, Mark and…

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Captures and killing continue in Taiji

In August we reported that the yearly atrocities occurring in Taiji, Japan known as the dolphin drive hunts were about to begin, just before this season’s six months of cruelty and death. Since then, a reported 69 whales and dolphins have been ripped from their homes in the wild to be sold into appalling captivity for…

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Bags, bottles and wipes

Abigail Travers from online retailer (and WDC partner), Ethical Superstore, talks plastic. At Ethical Superstore we are passionate about a range of ethical causes around the world. We offer shoppers real eco-friendly and fair trade alternatives to regular high street brands, and we partner with charities both local and worldwide. Through our checkout, customers can…

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Kesslet & Baby Update

Hanging around a chilly beach in December might not sound like everyones cup of tea but it was well worth it this morning as my friends Alan, David and Anne and I not only spotted Zephyr and her youngster near Chanonry Point but coming the other way were adopt a dolphin Kesslet and her wee…

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Ten fun facts about beluga whales

In another of our guests blogs as part of #whaleweek, Natalie Kyriacou founder and CEO WDC partner, ‘My Green World’, highlights a few fascinating facts about beluga whales. The beluga whale, or white whale, is an Arctic and sub-Arctic cetacean. Belugas have long been a source of fascination for many, due to their unique white colouring and…

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#MigrationNation – Salmon and Clean Energy

The four Lower Snake River dams have impeded access to salmon’s historic spawning grounds for decades.  Removing these dams is the best chance to help restore this vital salmon run, an important food source to the critically endangered Southern Resident orcas.  In this week’s #MigrationNation, we’re sharing an op-ed from our partners in the Northwest…