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Harbour porpoise. Image: Charlie Phillips/WDC

Speaking up for the little guys – WDC in action

Whales and dolphins face so many dangers. These intelligent beings are crucial for the wellbeing...
Humpback whale fluke in Alaska.

An unforgettable first encounter – observing the whales we work to protect

I have kept a dark secret since joining WDC back in June 2021. Despite my...

WDC in Japan – Part 2: Digital dolphins

Welcome to the second chapter of my incredible journey to build alliances in Japan. As...
Amanda the intern

Meet the 2023 Interns: Amanda Eskridge

We are so excited to welcome Amanda Eskridge, our final Marine Mammal Conservation Intern of...

Moonlight and Baby Pop By…

Hi Everyone,

I have finally managed to see Moonlight and her baby that she had last year, and both of them are looking super although her baby looks as though he or she has been on the receiving end of a bite around the nose – ouch…wonder what happened there?

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They were with another fourteen or so dolphins that came hunting at Chanonry Point last evening, and what an evening it was – lovely light for photography but a gale force wind and salt spray going everywhere ! Sundance, Mischief were there and I’m sure Rainbow was around too but I just couldn’t get a sharp photo of her and her youngster. Better luck next time.

Best Wishes,

Charlie.