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Thank you all for sending in your photos and reports last week. We received some fantastic sightings.

All sightings and strandings reported to us can be seen on our website http://www.iwdg.ie.

Download the IWDG Reporting App at https://iwdg.ie/iwdg-reporting-app/

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Join us in Donegal on the 27th of August for our next live stranding course!
In addition to the theoretical sessions at The Seamanship Centre Killybegs, the course will also include hands-on training at Fintra Beach in Donegal.
Learn more and register at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/live-stranding-course-donegal-tickets-374139239537

Did you want to attend the Cetacean Euthanasia Workshop on 13th May but couldn't make it?

We are delighted to announce that the full recordings are now available online at https://iwdg.ie/humane-euthanasia-of-cetaceans-for-veterinary-practitioners-in-Ireland/

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IRISH WHALE AND DOLPHIN GROUP
Get involved ! There are so many ways you can contribute to the IWDG Stranding Scheme : - Transportation of equipment to Live Stranding Responders.- Headland lookouts to monitor cetaceans at risk of live stranding.- Beach scouts to look for additional cetaceans.- Small boat/RIB owners who could help with live strandings.- Van/trailer owners who can transport small cetaceans - Vets to carry out health assessments of live stranded cetaceans and euthanize animals if necessary. - Live Stranding Responders (training provided by IWDG).- Citizen scientists to collect DNA samples and data from deceased cetaceans.- Quad/digger owners to assist with recovery of carcasses for post mortem examination- Donation of equipment (direct donation, stretchers, dry suits, PPE for responders such as masks, gloves, life jackets etc.)**To get in touch, contact Stephanie at strandings@iwdg.ie**📸 Gerry Murphy - Ballinskelligs Pilot Whales close to shore July 2022. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you all for sending in your photos and reports last week. We received some fantastic sightings. All sightings and strandings reported to us can be seen on our website www.iwdg.ie. To view the distribution of sightings throughout Ireland, click on the 'VIEW ALL ON MAP' tab.We launched the IWDG Reporting App last year to make reporting easier, which you can download from our website, the App Store, or Google Play.iwdg.ie/iwdg-reporting-app/#iwdgsightingscheme #sightings #strandings #iwdgreportingapp #reportingapp #ReportASighting #repoerastranding ... See MoreSee Less
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Fantastic story from our Shannon Dolphin Project. Matching Nimmo, the solitary dolphin in Galway city's new friends ... ... See MoreSee Less
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