Dolphin travels

One of the primary objectives of the Citizen Fins project is to gain better understanding of the movements of animals across the expanding distributional range of the East coast population. Knowing which animals are seen in different areas, especially on those areas...

National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2021

Citizen Fins have teamed up with our colleagues at Sea Watch Foundation to encourage people to participate in their annual National Whale and Dolphin Watch (NWDW). This event will take place between the 24th of July and the 1st of August, and is a fantastic...

Levenmouth Whale Project Presentation

On Wednesday 27th January 2021, Dr Monica Arso Civil took part in a presentation and Q&A session hosted by the Levenmouth Whale Project. Her talk covered lots of interesting information about the East Coast bottlenose dolphin population and the work carried out by...

Citizen Fins Encounters Update (November 2020)

Thank you very much to everyone who has submitted bottlenose dolphin photographs to the Citizen Fins project so far! Below is a map the team has composed to help display exactly where we have received photographs from (up to mid-end November 2020), with a high number...

Citizen Fins Webinar

On Tuesday evening (24th November) we held our first ever Citizen Fins ‘Ask Me Anything’ webinar, starring Dr Monica Arso Civil, as part of Explorathon 2020! Monica kicked off the live YouTube session with a great ten minute all-round overview of our Citizen Fins...