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IRISH WHALE AND DOLPHIN GROUP

Thank you for taking time and report your sighting to us! Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
The easiest and fastest way to report your sighting to us is via the new IWDG REPORTING APP: Download it now https://iwdg.ie/iwdg-reporting-app/

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This year's WhaleTales will be in person at the Radisson Blue,Sligo. Visit https://iwdg.ie/whale-tales-2021-program-and-booking/ to find out more.
@CanolaPictures latest film,‘Cabo Verde: Island Jewel’ will premiere on the Friday evening,so bring a friend,it will be lovely.
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DOLPHINS have acute eyesight both in and out of the water and their eyes are capable of functioning independently. In situations where vision is not sufficient i.e. at great depths of distance, they can use echolocation to sense their environment.
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Thank you for taking time and report your sighting and stranding to us. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!The easiest and fastest way to report your sighting to us is via the new IWDG REPORTING APP: Download it now iwdg.ie/iwdg-reporting-app/#iwdg#strandings#sightings#speciesindentification#loveyoursea#marineprotectedareas#education#outreach#research#conservation ... See MoreSee Less
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Whale Tales is the annual meeting of the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group, where members and people interested in whales, dolphins and porpoises in Ireland are invited to join us in our shared appreciation and admiration of these charismatic animals.This year's Whale Tales will be in person at the Radisson Blu, Rosses Point, Sligo, on Saturday, November 27th. For the full programme and booking details, please visit iwdg.ie/whale-tales-2021-program-and-booking/To register directly to this free event, please click on www.eventbrite.ie/e/whale-tales-2021-tickets-195039627777Canola Pictures latest film, ‘Cabo Verde: Island Jewel’ will premiere on the Friday evening, so bring a friend, it will be lovely.——We will do our best to broadcast Whale Tales live from Sligo for those who cannot attend.#whaletales2021#radissonblusligo#iwdgmembers#iwdgannualconference ... See MoreSee Less
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DO DOLPHINS HAVE GOOD EYESIGHT?Yes, they have acute eyesight both in and out of the water and their eyes are capable of functioning independently. In situations where vision is not sufficient i.e. at great depths of distance, they can use echolocation to sense their environment.Find more interesting facts about whales and dolphins at iwdg.ie/fluke-facts/#dolphins#reportingapp#research#conservation#education#outreach ... See MoreSee Less
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