🐋 Your April whale and dolphin news đŸŹ

Thank you so much!

At Whale and Dolphin Conservation, we are lucky to have the best supporters in the world. On behalf of all of us at WDC, and the whales and dolphins we speak up for, I wanted to thank you for getting behind our campaigns.

Today, our End Captivity campaigner Rob Lott is representing more than 20,000 of you as he takes our Lockdown Never Ends petition to TUI’s corporate office in Berlin and asks the world’s largest tour operator to stop supporting cruel whale and dolphin captivity.

I also want to thank you for supporting our Not In Our Nets campaign by tweeting and emailing in your thousands to urge ministers to stop dolphins, porpoises and whales dying in fishing gear in UK seas.

Your support is vital for campaigns like these. Politicians have to take notice of what the voting public wants, and big corporations like TUI respond to customer pressure. There is strength in numbers and we are more powerful when we show that we represent you, our brilliant supporters.

I’ll update you on both of these major campaigns next month. In the meantime, thank you from all of us for standing up for whales and dolphins.

Julia Pix, WDC

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This humpback whale died off the coast of Scotland. You can see the fishing rope and pot tangled around his flipper. Sarah Dolman leads our work to prevent deaths in nets and she explains why the time for UK government action is now.


Little steps for whales

At the first sanctuary for whales who have been held captive for entertainment, the expert care team are excited. A new development will help ensure a safe and successful transition for the whales from the sea care pools to the main sea bay.


Orca beach secrets

Rubbing on pebbles is a generations-old cultural tradition for a particular group of orcas off the coast of British Columbia, Canada.  Cameras allow our partners at OrcaLab to take you right into the orcas‘ fascinating, hidden world.


First blood

Norway’s whalers slaughtered the first minke whale of their hunt season on 11th April. Last year they killed 575 whales, making it the deadliest whaling season since 2016. Sixteen vessels have registered to hunt this year.


Games offer

We’ve teamed up with Humble Bundle, a games and entertainment software company providing awesome affordable content whilst donating proceeds to charity. For a limited time, you can get an incredible Dungeon Defenders legendary games collection. Pay what you want and every purchase supports our work! 


We take your privacy and the protection of your personal data seriously. We recently made some changes to our privacy policy; this explains how we collect, store and manage your information.

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