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Remembering our friend Jo Toole

Remembering our friend Jo Toole

All of us here at WDC were deeply shocked and saddened to hear of Jo's...
How many New Zealand dolphins should there be and how high should we be setting our conservation goals?

How many New Zealand dolphins should there be and how high should we be setting our conservation goals?

Māui and Hector's dolphins (collectively known as New Zealand dolphins) are hurtling towards extinction because...
How we are working with communities to build a whale sanctuary

How we are working with communities to build a whale sanctuary

On the morning of Saturday, September 22nd, Morgan gave birth. An orca being born should...
How do you fly two beluga whales half way around the world?

How do you fly two beluga whales half way around the world?

As you may well be aware, we are working with the SEA LIFE Trust to...
a new blog

a new blog

On the morning of Saturday, September 22nd, Morgan gave birth. An orca being born should...
This is a new blog post

This is a new blog post

This is a story about something to do with NotWhaleFood.  Let’s explore why this not...
My first blog

My first blog

On the morning of Saturday, September 22nd, Morgan gave birth. An orca being born should...
Test blog

Test blog

On the morning of Saturday, September 22nd, Morgan gave birth. An orca being born should...

This is a new blog post

Rubbish on a beach

This is a story about something to do with NotWhaleFood. 

Let’s explore why this not good news.

Plastic pollution in our oceans poses a real threat to whales and dolphins. 56% of all whale and dolphin species, from small fish-eating dolphins to the largest filter feeding whales, have been recorded eating marine plastics they've mistaken for food. Plastic is #NotWhaleFood. Each and every one of us can help to keep the oceans plastic-free and secure a safe future for these amazing creatures.

What can you do?

Whales and dolphins continue to be captured and imprisoned in marine parks around the world for one reason: they make money for big corporations. Help fight for whale and dolphin freedom today.

Make a donation

Help WDC create healthy seas so whales and dolphins can live in a plastic-free home.

Take part in an Urban Beach Clean

People across the country are joining up to take part in litter picking events in their local area. Find our how you can get involved.

George Berry

About George Berry

George is a member of WDC's Communications team and website coordinator.

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