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Highly commended Mike Snelle ‘Common Dolphin’ (Common dolphin, Dephinus delphis), Pembrokeshire, Wales. gallery

Celebrating British wildlife in pictures

For someone who’s passionate about conservation photography and our wonderful wildlife, it’s an exciting time. It’s when I get to view, and judge, the best of the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA). And this year’s WWF-sponsored Coast and Marine category didn’t disappoint. It delivered a spectacular snapshot of the incredible range of species that grace […]

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Handlining, Celtic Sea © Jiri Rezac / WWF-UK

Forever Fish supporting Sustainable Seas

Over the last three years, the M&S Forever Fish campaign has supported WWF’s work to address sustainable marine management in the Celtic Seas as well as marine conservation work across the globe. Through a 90-second film narrated by one of our ambassadors, actress Miranda Richardson, we’re celebrating what’s been achieved and thanking the UK public […]

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The Flooded Forest, Mekong © WWF-UK / Thomas Cristofoletti

The livelihood benefits from river conservation

There’s no doubt that tourism is a key sector for the Cambodian economy. Bordering Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, Cambodia has a rich history and culture and boasts average temperatures of 27-28 degrees centigrade. It also houses one of the world’s great rivers, the 4,800km Mekong, which winds its way from the Tibetan plateau to the […]

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Amazon River Dolphins

And the species just keep on coming (but for how much longer)?

I find it amazing to think that even in this day and age new species are still being discovered. In a world where technology, economy, politics and business increasingly take centre stage, somewhere in the most remote reaches of our incredible natural world there are yet more species waiting to be discovered. Earlier this year […]

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A grey seal swims in the sea beneath some cliffs

Don’t hold your breath!

Can you remember as a child being so excited about something that you found yourself holding your breath? Well I feel like I’ve been holding my breath every day for weeks now, as we wait to hear the government’s announcement of new marine protected areas – so-called Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) – to protect some […]

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Maui's Dolphins swimming

Seeking a future for New Zealand’s rare dolphins

When WWF-New Zealand Communications Manager Rosa Argent swam with Hector’s dolphins in Akaroa Harbour, the experience strengthened her resolution to ensure they, and their North Island close relative Maui’s dolphin, survive for the next generation: “The small, sleek body of a Hector’s dolphin darted past me, so close it almost brushed my dry-suit. Through the […]

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