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Humpback Flukes from Svalbard – Where else have they been sighted?

Whales have always held a fascination for me. It is simply the sheer size of them. My first wild sightings of whale was quite late in life, as I saw my first breaching Southern Right whale in Gaansbaai, South Africa. I was stood on the high cliffs and simply vowed to get closer images some […]

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April 13, 2015 - 7:42 pm

Tony Whelan - Great story Anneli. We just never know where a photograph might lead.

Well done and continued success.


International Polar Bear Day – Feb 27th

  The wonderful polar bear is one of the most clear examples of how you cannot save an individual species through direct intervention. If you save the Arctic, the Polar bear will endure. It’s all about preserving the eco-system. They need the ice to hunt successfully and maintain their populations. I was lucky to spend some time […]

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March against the slaughter of dolphin in Japan

The slaughter of Dolphin and porpoises in Taiji, Japan, is nothing short of wildlife genocide. There are no other words for it On the 17th January 2015, I joined over 1200 other passionate campaigners on a march through the busy Saturday morning streets of London . We walked (shouting, whistling and waving banners) from Cavendish […]

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February 13, 2015 - 6:16 pm

Movie Review – The Cove | Marinovich Books - […] I won’t rehash all the facts and figures mentioned in the movie because you really need to see it first-hand. I for one could never do it justice. I found a copy on Amazon UK and watched it again, this time with my wife. She was horrified to see what was being done to these wonderful creatures, and will join me next time I go on an anti-Taiji march or demo in London. […]

March 3, 2015 - 10:27 am

Movie Review – Blackfish | Marinovich Books - […] was all thanks to Twitter that I first heard about this movie, and then again when I attended the London March against Taiji and the cetacean captivity trade. I saw so many of Blackfish posters on the placards which some […]