Eight killer whales were spotted from the ferry from John O’Groats to Orkney at Orkney side at midday on the 19th June, then by 8pm they arrived at the harbour at John O’Groats where they probably ate a seal, (there was oil seen on the water). Story and great picture provi
The Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary Sea Watch and Wildlife Patrol will take place on 23rd & 24th June. The event is being organised as part of National Whale and Dolphin Watch. There are still few places available, the price of the trip is £75 each including food. Overnig
Since May the 23rd we have received daily sightings of a bottlenose dolphin observed between Portsmouth Harbour and Ryde, Isle of Wight. In addition dolphin sightings have been coming in from the Needles earlier in the month from Needles Lighthouse and further south of Isle of Wight.
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