A bird watcher, Jonathan Rice reported a group of five large dolphins off the coast of Walcott in Norfolk on the 12th October. He first sighted tall sickle shaped dorsal fins travelling through water and decided these were not the ordinary porpoise he was used to seeing in the area. T
One, possibly two humpback whales have been seen for several days between Blairmore and Hunter’s Quay at head of Loch Long and the entrance to Holy Loch, near Dunoon since 10th October. Many locals have seen the animal pictured here by a local reporter Scott Hussey.
Sea Watch volunteers in New Quay will not need to fear the occasional shower or cold wind anymore. The Western Power Distribution agreed to sponsor six sets of rain and wind proof suits for the volunteers who help conduct research into the bottlenose dolphin and harbour porpoise popu
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