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Happy New Year Kesslet !
Hi Everyone, It was a bitterly cold but a lovely and sunny morning standing watching...
Proposal For Quotas To Save Whales Rejected By WDCS
WDCS has questioned suggestions by US researchers writing in the journal, Nature that the introduction...
Belugas Of Cook Inlet Continue To Decline
The beluga population of Cook Inlet, Alaska - recently re-listed as endangered - has fallen...
Orca Keet Faces Stressful Relocation
WDCS has recently become aware of the impending transfer of the orca Keet from Sea...
Whale-friendly Lunches: Good For Kids, Great For Whales
Does your school serve 'whale-friendly'* lunches? We know that you care about conservation and wouldn't...
WDCS Kids In Südamerika
Auch in Südamerika helfen Kinder Walen und Delfinen. Durch das Grenzgebiet der Länder Peru, Kolumbien...
Orcas versus humpbacks
Occasionally accounts come our way of observations on whales that are unusual and very interesting....
Dolphin Consumption On Rise In Poorer Nations
Dolphin for dinner is becoming more common as people in poorer nations struggle to put...
New Year Dolphin Slaughter Begins In Taiji
Although the fishermen in Taiji took a two week break from hunting and killing dolphins...
Whaling Vs. Whale Watching
Iceland Review has conducted interviews with Konrád Eggertsson, a whaler, and Hördur Sigurbjarnarson, running an...
Every whale and dolphin - safe & free
There are 4 vital ways that we are fighting for the survival of whales and dolphins.
Together we can:
Whales and dolphins have a right to live free and healthy lives. These highly intelligent individuals should not suffer for human entertainment.
Commercial whaling is illegal. And yet, every year, Japan, Norway and Iceland kill around 1,500 whales.
Create healthy seas
Commercial fishing, oil and gas drilling, and shipping are threatening the lives of whales and dolphins.
Prevent deaths in nets
Hundreds of thousands of whales and dolphins are accidentally caught and killed in fishing gear every year.