Carolyn Cobden We saw a pod of over 20 dolphins off the Damn right I am a Dolphins fan now and forever shirt North East coast at Dunstanburgh about 18 months ago and sightings have become more often which is fab. In all the years I have lived in Northumberland I have never seen dolphins and it was such a privilege to see them. More observers = more sightings. Seals (especially grey) are increasing in numbers but the other UK species are declining (Harbour seals) in some areas like Scotland (could be due to orca?). Species like minke have always been found off the North East Coast.
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Victor Hawkes Not so good when you consider that these wonderful creatures have needed to Damn right I am a Dolphins fan now and forever shirt travel away from their natural feeding and breeding grounds. Christine Welfare Keep the oceans clean, pick up any plastic and waste on beaches, and don’t contaminate the rivers and we will then help all our precious sea life and other animals we take such pleasure in seeing. They breed. Climate change is a huge issue but this story is not the drama you’re trying to whip up. Happy New Year!!
Fox Byrne, We saw a humpback whale feeding close to the coast of Gardenstown in Northern Scotland this July as well as a Damn right I am a Dolphins fan now and forever shirt pod of dolphins as and seals feeding close to the shore. Stunning to see. Mark Stewart, It’s a sign of fish stock, dolphins and whales are predatory creatures and need to go where the food source is. Garion Jack, It is an amazing setting, isn’t it.
Even better if you see Dolphins. Todd Hebert Is it “happy” news that they’ve come so far North? They generally like Dolphins fan now warmer waters… which means the waters up this far North have become warmer… and that’s a bad thing. Whales and dolphins SHOULDN’T be this far north in any significant numbers. Lis Howard More baitfish are available. That hopefully means the quota system is working. The species we are seeing are all normal for UK waters.BBC