A solitary minke whale was sighted off Winterton, north of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk on the mid morning of 30th July. This is the first sightings of a minke whale in the area and was reported to Sea Watch by Terry Townsend.
National Whale and Dolphin Watch Week 2006, from Saturday August 12- Sunday August 20 2006, will be an opportunity for everyone to become involved in the research which goes into understanding these magnificent creatures. Twenty eight species of whales and dolphins have been recorded
A juvenile minke whale was sighted 1.5 mile nautical miles off Llangranog course on Thursday 8th June. The 4.5 metre long whale was spotted by a trainee from the survey vessel, Dunbar Castle 2, during a SWF Cetacean Survey Training Course. The whale was surfacing regularly around the
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