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Where’s Wally?

Where’s Wally?

Wally the walrus has been causing a stir in Wales and has captured the heart of the public. While Wally’s initial appearances were sporadic and in often hard to reach places, he spent around a week in Tenby, hauling out on the RNLI slipway where he was observed- from a safe distance- by several Sea… View more

Monthly Maps!

Monthly Maps!

If you are not familiar yet with our monthly sightings maps which show different species of whales, dolphins and our lovable little harbour porpoise, then maybe this is the time to dive in! Each month we produce these handy videos that are compiled of sightings we receive from observers around the UK coasts that help… View more

New Newsletter is Launched!

New Newsletter is Launched!

Issue 1 of our new exclusive Adopters newsletter was launched in July, and has gone down a storm with members. Jam-packed more than ever with features, news and articles for everyone! Marine Awareness is perfect for those who want to challenge themselves and learn about marine environmental matters going on worldwide. Cardigan Bay and Beyond is ideal… View more

New Ebook is Finally Here!

New Ebook is Finally Here!

Exclusively for Adopters, our new ebook entitled, ‘The Inside Guide to our Adoptable Dolphins’, is finally here! All 49 pages are a delight, either displaying glorious high-res photos of the dolphins taken by our own staff and interns, or dotted with maps to show you who’s been seen, with whom and where! The book begins… View more

It’s DOLPHIN DAY!

It’s DOLPHIN DAY!

Dolphins warm our hearts when we see them because they always seem like they’re so happy to see us! These energetic, playful porpoises provide not only joy for people but also help protect the marine ecosystem that is our ocean waters. Dolphin Day is a day dedicated to dolphins, aimed at educating people about dolphins… View more

Cetaceans on Social Media

Cetaceans on Social Media

I’m very pleased to say that our monthly sightings video reports seem to be helping to raise awareness of cetaceans via social media.  People are becoming much more aware of the fact that we have cetaceans all around the British coastline thanks to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. Not long ago, most folk would travel across the… View more

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