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Few experiences can compare to the excitement you feel when confronted by these magnificent mammals...

Twenty two different types of Cetacean have been identified in the waters of Dominica as well a several types of dolphin
so our sighting success is high.

Learn more about the endangered whales visit the American Cetacean Society's website.

ACS is the oldest whale conservation group in the world. Founded in 1967, it is a nonprofit, volunteer membership organization with regional US chapters and members in 41 countries.

The National Headquarters are in San Pedro, California. ACS works to protect whales, dolphins, porpoises, and their habitats through education, conservation and research.

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Urgent Action Alert!

Urgent! After months of quiet, the leader of the U.S. Congressional committee which has oversight of the Marine Mammal Protection Act, Richard Pombo (R-CA) is attempting to bring a bill to the House floor which contains some very negative provisions for marine mammal protection. Please see the Action Alert for background and contact your Congressional Representatives to register your serious concerns about scaling back protections for whales, dolphins, porpoises and other marine mammals. Don't let current world affairs get used as an excuse to unnecessarily remove hard-fought legal protections previously enacted.

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During your Caribbean whale watching holiday in Dominica underwater microphones are used for tracking , the rhythmic clicking of the whales...

	Caribbean eco tourism whale and dolphin watching off Dominica  bird watching in Grenada  island tours in St Lucia  and  hiking in St Vincent  adventure Grenadines cruising holidays with Jabal Tours and 'whistling' and 'pinging' of the dolphins, guiding us to the best observation areas.

Learn more about these wonderful creatures visit the Wild Dolphin Project's website.

Founded by Dr. Denise Herzing in 1985, the Wild Dolphin Project has been studying the life history and communication system of a resident group of free-ranging Atlantic spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis) in the Bahamas



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