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Delfine!

Hallo zusammen, nach Tagen ohne Delfinsichtungen wurde ich heute von Kesslet und ihrem Nachwuchs überrascht, die im Nebel am Chanonry Point auftauchten… Charlie, Kesslet’s siebenjähriger Sprössling, war auch mit dabei. Schwierig, sie alle auf ein Foto zu bekommen, also habe ich dieses hier gemacht, als Charlie ziemlich nah am Ufer entlang geschwommen kam.  Viele Grüße,Charlie 

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Albino Risso’s dolphin among latest victims of the drive hunts

On January 17th, 2014 over 250 bottlenose dolphins were driven into the killing Cove in Taiji, Japan, prompting one of the most politically-charged responses against the drive hunts from the global community in the past decade. US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy tweeted about her concerns, claiming that these hunts were inhumane. Among the pod was a…

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Dolphin crimes on the rise: Pregnant dolphin shot dead near Florida coast

Reports of dead dolphins washing ashore with gunshot wounds in the Gulf region have been scattered throughout the media since 2012, suggesting that a more recent and disturbing trend of targeted vandalism might be surfacing. Compounding the concerns surrounding these earlier reports was the fear that these carcasses, washing ashore in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida…

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Those Dammed Salmon

So we’ve covered who the Southern Residents are and why they’re so at risk.  Today, coinciding with the start of our Don’t Let Orcas Be Dammed campaign, here’s some more background on the connection between dams, salmon, and orcas; and why we need to start with the rivers to restore the Residents! What’s the deal with salmon?…

It’s A Bit Quiet Out There…

Hi Everyone, Winter is really kicking in up here in this part of the Moray Firth with lots of migratory birds starting to arrive, but certainly around the Kessock and Chanonry areas – dolphins are a bit thin on the ground. I spotted a few dolphins on the outer reaches of Rosemarkie Bay the other…

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Diese ver-damm-ten Lachse

Die südlichen ortstreuen Schwertwale die wir hier vorgestellt haben, stehen im Mittelpunkt unserer neuen Kampagne „Dämme brechen für Orcas“. In diesem Blog gibt es weitere Informationen darüber, warum man bei den den Flüssen ansetzen muss, um den südlichen ortstreuen Schwertwalen zu helfen.  Was hat es mit den Lachsen auf sich? Der Königslachs ist der größte Vertreter…