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International Dolphin Watch

A non-profit organisation for the study and protection of wild dolphins. Members are informed about projects and encouraged to become active through the magazine DOLPHIN and can also Adopt and Watch a Dolphin.
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10 Melton Road
North Ferriby
East Yorkshire
HU14 3ET

Phone: 01482 844468
Fax: 01482 634914
E-Mail: idw@dial.pipex.com
Website: http://dialspace.dial.pipex.com/idw/

Detailed Information:
International Dolphin Watch was established in 1978 by Dr. Horace Dobbs following his adventures with a friendly wild dolphin known as Donald. Since helping to establish the first whale and dolphin sightings network in the UK, IDW has established and supported projects around the world. These include campaigns against captivity, whale and dolphin kills, pollution and industrial fishing. Operation Sunflower explores the uplifting and healing effects of encounters with wild dolphins, especially on those suffering from depression and autism. Dolphinicity Surveys is the latest project and will aalow members of the public to join IDW on UK Whale and Dolphin Surveys.

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