The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group

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The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group is dedicated to the conservation and better understanding of whales, dolphins and porpoise in Irish waters.
Patron: Michael D Higgins
President of Ireland

Tiomnaithe do chaomhnú na míolta móra, na ndeilfeanna agus na muice mara i bhfarraigí na hÉireann agus do thuiscint níos fearr orthu.
Éarlamh: Micheál D. Ó hUigínn
Uachtarán na hÉireann
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Sun 13th Jul 2014
18 July 2014 Great day on Celtic Mist in Donegal Bay. despite gusty winds from the southeast good coverage from Teelin to St Johns point and then to Killybegs was achieved....
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Sun 13th Jul 2014
The bottlenose dolphin known as Dusty that has frequented the beaches of North Clare since 2000, is now on Inis Oírr in the Aran Islands. Dusty, or Sandy, is an amazing...
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Wed 9th Jul 2014
Now that the mass stranding of pilot whales has come to an unsettling end on the Donegal coast, it is time for the post mortem to commence. I'm not talking about a post...
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Tue 8th Jul 2014
11 July 2014 We have heard that finally the two remaining living pilot whales at Falcarragh have died last night and been buried. This brings an end to this sorry affair....
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