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Results of Whale Watch Ireland 2022  On Saturday 20th August the Irish Whale & Dolphin Group delivered Whale Watch Ireland 2022. All–Ireland Whale Watch day, now in its 20th year, comprised free, guided land-based watches, spread over 13 counties, and in all four provinces and continues to be one of the largest events on the

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Dolphin Scavenger Hunt

The Shannon Dolphins are hiding somewhere in Kilrush and we need your help to find them! Can you follow the trial of clues and bring our pod home? This family- friendly event will encourage you to explore the town of Kilrush, Co. Clare. Following our special map you will uncover hidden clues, match the dorsal

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About this event The course will include decision making on what is, the most appropriate response, first aid to stabilize the animal and re-floating techniques. Practical session on the beach with whale pontoon and life sized whale and dolphin models. IWDG accredited course open to all. Cost € 30 for members refreshing their knowledge. Must

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The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group in association with Inis, invite you to Whale Watch Ireland 2022 on Saturday 20th August 2022, between 2:00-4:00 PM:. This annual event comprises free and guided whale watches at local headlands and vantage points, as part of All-Ireland whale watch day. This year’s event is once again timed to

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About this event The course will include decision making on what is, the most appropriate response, first aid to stabilize the animal and re-floating techniques. Practical session on the beach with whale pontoon and life sized whale and dolphin models. IWDG accredited course open to all. Cost € 30 for members refreshing their knowledge. Must

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Kilkee Civic Trust, (KCT), is a non-profit organization working to enhance the quality of life in Kilkee, and its hinterland, by preserving and promoting its cultural heritage, and so making it a more attractive place to live, work and invest.    The wonderful Wildlife of West Clare Speakers: Dr. Simon Berrow – IWDG CEO Mags

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The IWDG Cetacean Stranding Scheme has documented an increase in records of live stranded cetaceans (especially dolphins) across Ireland over the past year. Due to our concern for the welfare of individual cetaceans, we aim to create a network of veterinarians around the country who are trained in cetacean euthanasia. IWDG were successful in our

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