News archive July 2017
Orcas, sperm whales, Atlantic spotted dolphins, minke whales and basking sharks already seen and recorded over the weekend for ORCA OceanWatch.
Understanding how endangered fin whales react and respond to large vessels is the aim of new research being undertaken by Nottingham Trent University student Ruth Coxon, ORCA and Brittany Ferries.
The UK government announcement last week is a welcome step but the issue of plastics is a growing threat to marine wildlife
The annual programme starts on Sunday with more partners and ships involved that ever before.
Read about the fabulous trip our team had at sea with Saga's Land of Ice & Fire cruise
A report on the fabulous cruise our survey team had on the Saga North Cape Adventurer in June 2017
White-beaked dolphins put on a show in the North Sea, and in Biscay, a close encounter with a fin whale!
ORCA OceanWatch was launched at Portsmouth International Port today. Read more here.
ORCA have a new full-time, office based position available. Read more here.
Despite rough seas, the first Sea Safari still clocked up over 300 animals with special guest Nigel Marvin. Read more here.
12 species of marine wildlife, including 9 cetacean species seen by our Pont Aven Wildlife Officers this year. Read more here
Join us on the 9th December in Oban to play your part in protecting and conserving whales and dolphins in the Hebrides and beyond.
Unfortunately, it's the end of another successful Wildlife Officer season on the Brittany Ferries' Pont-Aven. Read the blog from their last week on board!
Six North Atlantic right whales have been found dead in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, necropsies have taken place on three of them. Read the preliminary results here.
The US Navy have been training dolphins for the last year that will locate vaquitas and try and save them. Read more here.