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Better Late Than Never, Moonlight…

Hi Everyone, Typically, on my one day off (Monday) who eventually shows up at Chanonry with her young son but our lovely Moonlight ! I was getting a bit twitchy as she is normally around with the rest of the gang much earlier in the season and it took a chance visit to Chanonry at…

Eye,Eye Kesslet !

Kesslet visited Chanonry briefly yesterday, all the dolphins were pretty close to the beach including Charlie, Zephyr, Rainbow and Brreze. I had a group of students from Middlesex University with me, I play host to a group every year and they were totally amazed at the dolphins…rightly so, you don’t see this very often in…

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Plymouth, MA- where NO NUKES meets SAVE THE WHALES

The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant operates just a few miles from WDCS-NA’s headquarters in Plymouth, MA.   A couple of buildings down from our office, one of the power plant’s emergency alert speakers hangs from a telephone pole.  We largely ignore the periodic sirens followed by the “this is a test” recorded voiceover.  Our annual calendar, provided…

Nice Lunch Rainbow !

Hi Everyone, I had a VERY rough and windy session with the dolphins this morning at Chanonry, my colleagues Judy and Stine from head office joined me on the beach and were thrilled to see around seven dolphins hunting in the surf. Good old Rainbow had just caught a cracker of a fish and I…

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'Rust and Bone' to open at Cannes Film Festival

As filmmakers and celebrities prepare to flock to the south of France for this year’s Cannes Film Festival (May 16-27th), among the films to make their debut at the 65th annual 12-day event is ‘Rust and Bone.’ The film is an adaptation of ‘Rocket Ride,’ one of the stories found within Craig Davidson’s 2005 short-story anthology,…

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Who is eating the dolphins in the Channel?

Its all well and good the British blaming the French for, well everything, but can the British actually believe that French fishermen are eating dolphins? Well it seems the media think so. The UK’s press ran articles a few days ago trailing that ‘dolphins had been filleted’. And this is not the first time this…