News archive January 2018
Research released today shows that an orca in a marine park in the French Riviera can be taught to say simple human words.
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In a week when many UK companies have made announcements to help protect the marine environment, we revisit an innovative project that ORCA & Brittany Ferries partnered on in 2017
The area has had speed restrictions placed on it to protect the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale, with fourteen ships slapped with fines
Battles line drawn in argument over use of video footage of marine life accidentally killed by Kiwi fishing industry
This year will see more surveys, more partners, and more conservation projects than ever before
Emily Condley joins the ORCA team from Salisbury Playhouse
Kicking off with the Saga Bright Lights of Norway cruise, 2018 is the biggest survey programme ever and promises to be a special year for ORCA
With the recent white-beaked dolphin stranding near ORCA HQ, we look back at 2017 and the worrying number of animals found stranded during the year
Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) publish results from dolphin stranded on Isle of Wight in early January
The announcement marks Theresa May's first major speech on environment issues and comes the day after the UK microbeads ban came into effect
Government expected to announce all retailers will be required to charge for single-use plastic bags later this week
ORCA conservationists will travel on board select Silversea voyages to guide guests in collecting wildlife sightings data
Get out to sea in 2018 and take part in our fantastic Wildlife Officer Placements
The ORCA team are back and raring to go to make 2018 the biggest yet!