The northern coastline of Caithness has been spoiled last week with seven species of cetacean being recorded in just four days. Counts of sightings included 4 White Beaked dolphins, 8 Minke whales, 13 Risso’s dolphins, at least 16 Harbour porpoise, at least 30 Short Beaked Common Dolp
I would to inform you of some good news! ASCOBANS (Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic, North East Atlantic, Irish and NorthSeas) has awarded the Sea Watch Foundation for recognition of efforts to further the conservation of small cetaceans in an agreement a
A group of four white-beaked dolphins was encountered in Lyme Bay, South Devon in early September. The dolphins stayed bowriding the yacht for 20 minutes, travelling at speed at about 7 knots. Thanks to Liz Reader for the sightings report and photographs.
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