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WDC2023-007 NMLC Release (16)

Seal Rescued in Marshfield Released Back Into The Wild

For Immediate Release, May 31, 2023 PLYMOUTH, MA - A young male grey seal that...

Norway ups whale kill numbers and removes whale welfare protections

The whaling season in Norway has begun on the back of disturbing announcements from the...
Image taken from an unmanned hexacopter at >100ft during a research collaboration between NOAA/SWFSC, SR3 and the Coastal Ocean Research Institute. Research authorized by NMFS permit #19091.

Southern Resident orca petition to list them under Oregon Endangered Species Act advanced

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted today to advance a petition seeking to protect...
Hysazu Photography

WDC and Conservation Partners Continue to Seek Oregon Endangered Species Protection for Southern Resident Orcas

On Friday, April 21st, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will determine whether the petition...

Filmmaker claims aquarium trying to block new film

The makers of a documentary film which exposes the terrible conditions that whales and dolphins live in at Vancouver Aquarium have claimed that the marine park has tried to censor their film.

Filmmaker Gary Charbonneau has said in a statement that the Aquarium has made repeated attempts to block the film, titled Vancouver Aquarium Uncovered, including reserving mass amounts of seats under false names and ripping down film posters.

Commenting about the content of his film, Charbonneau said; “What I’ve uncovered is absolutely shocking and sad. Everything we’ve been told about rescue, longevity and saving cetaceans in the wild is horrifically untrue.”

A must see movie exposing the truth on cetacean captivity. from Evotion Inc. on Vimeo.