A Cleaner Earth for our Cetaceans and Communities #CleanerEarthforourCetaceans Litter is all around us. Indeed Keep Britain Tidy estimates a daily litter-toll of over 2 million pieces in the UK alone. Luckily, a range of dedicated charities, websites, blogs and initiatives offer advic
The Sea Watch Foundation is reaching out to ask for assistance to help conserve Britain’s dolphins! Whether you are a local or a visitor to the Ceredigion coast, chances are you have been delighted by the bottlenose dolphins that call Cardigan Bay home. Hosting one of only two semi-re
There are few things as impressive as a leaping dolphin, and there’s no doubt that a dolphin jumping high out of the water is the must have picture that everyone hopes to capture when they go out on a dolphin spotting trips. But why do dolphins leap? The answer is we’re still no
In the early weeks of September, Sea Watch Foundation had a very special encounter with a superpod of over 40 Short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) whilst participating in a dedicated boat survey in Cardigan Bay, West Wales. This type of encounter was the first in Sea Watch
Sleep is a behaviour characterised by a typical body posture, both eyes’ closure, raised sensory threshold, distinctive electrographic signs, and a decrease of motor activity1. Regarded as a necessity to the majority of animals, in most cases sleep involves the whole brain and body1.
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