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Manx Whale and Dolphin Watch (MWDW) has been at the forefront of marine mammal science on the Isle of Man since 2006.
We work voluntarily year round to ensure the safeguarding of whales, dolphins, and porpoises (cetaceans) in Manx territorial waters through non-invasive research and public awareness efforts.

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Small group of Bottlenose dolphins of marine drive toll gate 14:15 today ... See MoreSee Less

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Please can folk let us know if the fog lifts out to sea anywhere today as it's calm and we want to conduct surveys if possible ... See MoreSee Less

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To the family from Jurby who came into our centre today. Please get in touch so I can get your little boy's camcorder back to him ... See MoreSee Less

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Recent sightings in Manx waters

Date Time Species Total Duration Location Observer
07/06/2016 20:00 Harbour Porpoise 3 30

Peel

William Caley
07/06/2016 16:10 Risso’s Dolphin 12 10

Fort Island, Langness

Mark Kitching
07/06/2016 16:00 Risso’s Dolphin 3 30

Derby Haven

Mike Dunn
07/06/2016 15:45 Risso’s Dolphin 3 6

Calf of Man

Chris Burton
07/06/2016 15:00 Harbour Porpoise 1 2

Port St Mary

Iain Wilkinson
07/06/2016 14:00 Harbour Porpoise 2 5

Peel Hill

Mike Prior

Diary of a Dolphineer

Online blog written by our summer interns each year

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