Categories // English Channel Wildlife Officer
It might be the middle of August, but in the English Channel conditions have felt like it's the middle of November!
Do you know how long whales have been on the earth for?
Celebrating Bastille’s Day in the English Channel!
Hello again whale lovers! It has been a month since we started the ORCA program on-board DFDS Seaways.
People think the English Channel is polluted, empty & busy, but under those white caps there's more life than you can imagine..
This week our Wildlife Officer progmme in the English Channel has come to an end. Find out what Maeva has been up to during her last week on board.
Our English Channel Wildlife Officer, Maeva, tells us about the fifth week of her inaugural season on the Dieppe - Newhaven route
How to tell the difference between dolphins and porpoise in the English Channel!
Crossing in the English Channel may be quieter than other routes, but there is still always something interesting going on!
In the English Channel, passengers are making a concious effort to be more environmentally friendly to help protect our oceans!
ORCA Wildlife Officer Maeva has been inspiring new audiances, some of which are familar faces!
What is the best time and place to spot cetaceans when crossing the English Channel?
The 2019 ORCA Wildlife Officer programme in the English Channel has begun!
Hear more about our Wildlife Officer Maeva's amazing presenation engagment with the public.
Come and join our Wildlife Officer and learn the all the tools you need to spot cetaceans out at sea!
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