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Oil May Have Killed Gulf Dolphins

Image Credit: Los Angeles Times

In spring 2011 stillborn and newborn bottlenose dolphins washed up dead on Gulf coast beaches from Louisiana to Alabama in unusually high numbers. 701 more words


Amazon River Dolphin

It is sad some species are dying and disappearing irremediably. It would be great if people will care a bit more of these creatures and not for fashion or consume habits but I know it is not easy to change this kind of mentalities. 104 more words


Picton & the Queen Charlotte Track

We made our way from Motueka over to Picton. (With the beach picnic stop in between.) Here we finally had to give up our little Mazda2. 591 more words

New Zealand


I recently photographed a group of dolphins and posted about them on my main blog (see Sidebar for link). They were not in UK waters, but since Bottlenose Dolphins are also common around the UK coast I thought I’d post a few of the images here as well, with apologies for the few followers who bravely tolerate both blogs…


Happy Harry.

This dolphin. I’m just going to call him Harry,

followed our catamaran all the way around The Napoli Coast of Kaua’i.

I took some good photos of he and his friends. 35 more words

Meredith Howse

Welcome to the new 2015 Wildlife Officers

Welcome back to the 2015 Wildlife Officer blog!

If you are travelling on a Brittany Ferries ship between the UK and Spain between March 25th and September 30th this year, be sure to look out for the Wildlife Officers on board, join them for a deck watch, listen to their fantastic wildlife presentations and find out how you can get involved with marine conservation. 417 more words

#SeaWorldInspires Photo

I’ve been posting photos like these on my blogs, twitter account, and I’m about to post one with a video on YouTube. Feel free to join me!