Protect the Dolphins in the Moray Firth (Paul Oakley)





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Published on Aug 12, 2010

The Moray Firth is home to a pod of bottlenose dolphins who have been encouraged to live and breed in the area. They are one of only two resident pods in the UK. These dolphins can be observed from the shore - one of the few places in the world where this is possible. They live in a protected area, but the government are prepared to drive them away by granting two companies licences to carry out seismic testing in an area that encroaches on the boundary of this area.

This is some video footage we got the last time we were there, put to a piece of music from my CD - it's been done in a hurry because we don't have much time to fight this decision! Please watch the video and support the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society in their fight to save these dolphins and the area they live in. For more info go to www.wdcs.org.uk or let the government know what you think of their plans by emailing The Department of Energy and Climate Change at:

(marked "Block 17/3 Appropriate Assessment")

You only have until October 12th 2010

Thank You,

Paul Oakley

I am not affiliated to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society in any way, I just want to help protect these innocent dolphins.


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