Categories // North Sea Wildlife Officer
The weather’s improved and sightings in the North Sea are on the up, with many passengers sharing these magical moments
Categories // Bay of Biscay Wildlife Officer
Crossings with no sightings are still just as important as those with sightings and provide us with valuable data!
As another shift draws to a close, Alex looks back over a week with more calm seas, marine wildlife sightings but also less enjoyable sightings of the plastic kind …
Wonderful weather, calm conditions and the first white-beaked dolphins of the season - it's been a good week in the North Sea!
This week AJ is reporting from on board the bustling decks of the Mont Saint Michel after another incredible week at sea!
As a winter returned for Rose's second shift in the North Sea this got her thinking about something else.. marine threats
Whilst rough weather meant few cetaceans were seen this week in the North Sea, it did mean Rose saw a lot of something else....
Hat off, gloves in pocket, it's breakfast time after watching the sea pull itself from a murky dawn into a bright, sunny morning.
Whales have returned to the Bay of Biscay and Wildlife Officers were even treated to a rare sighting...
Spouts of whales, spells of porpoises, low pressure and a steady rain of dolphins!
This week kicked off in its usual fashion on the Pont-Aven with many passengers having one common interest - dolphins!
Patience paid off on board the Cap Finistère this week with passengers thrilled by both common and striped dolphins!
Categories // Hebrides Wildlife Officer
What is it about common dolphins that makes them so endearing?
Tranquil, calm waters have provided almost perfect spotting conditions for our Wildlife Officers on board the Cap Finistère
Do you really see whales in the English Channel? YES - dolphins, porpoises and even minke whales if you're lucky!
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