July is always a good month to see White-beaked Dolphins in north east England, and this year is no exception.
The first reports came in the last few days of June, and during the last week they've been seen at Newbiggin, Druridge Bay, Blyth, Tynemouth, Lizard Point and Sunderland.
At least ten individual animals were photographed during a transect survey on the PV St Oswald off Northumberland yesterday.
If you see any of these stunning creatures (or any other whales, dolphins or porpoises) anywhere on the east coast from Northumberland-Essex can you submit your sighting to the North East Cetacean Project database please? It's easy to do - just visit http://www.northeastcetaceans.org.uk/ and click on 'Submit a Sighting'. The data gathered will add to the knowledge of the movements and distribution of our cetaceans and will support efforts to conserve the marine environment.
Chilly; Otter mini-Safari 09/01/17
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