The WCA, in collaboration with WeWhale, Sea Shepherd France, and PACMA, has filed a report of an offence against critically endangered orcas in the Strait of Gibraltar.
It’s misleading to characterise orca-boat interactions in the Strait of Gibraltar as ‘attacks’. Instead, here’s our advice on how boat operators can reduce the chances of an interaction that could cause damage.
Researcher Sophia Nicolov talks to Richard Baines of Yorkshire Coast Nature about whale watching off the coast of Staithes in North Yorkshire.
A new parliamentary committee report has confirmed that the UK government is failing to protect marine mammals and needs to improve monitoring of bycatch.
Researcher Sophia Nicolov talks to Bex Lynam of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust about whales and dolphins off the Yorkshire coast.
Observer reports of whale and dolphin abuse on MSC-certified fishing vessels are routinely ignored, a new Shark Guardian report has revealed.
More maritime professionals will learn how to minimise the threat of ship strikes by taking our training on the Seably platform!
Lindblad Expeditions will be the first cruise company to use the WCA’s ‘Becoming ‘Whale Aware” course to train their bridge crew to minimise ship strikes.
Our ‘Becoming ‘Whale Aware” online course will now be available to more than a million seafarers, thanks to a new partnership with OTG!
Despite publishing its much-delayed Bycatch Mitigation Initiative, the UK seems no closer to taking meaningful action on cetacean bycatch.