Dolphin Watch Mandurah

Help us respond to dolphin strandings quickly

Many people are very concerned about the number of strandings in Mandurah this year as the Mandurah Volunteer Dolphin Rescue Group has been publicising them. You can help us purchase and install four (4) surveilance cameras at stranding hot spots by donating to the following project.

Donations go directly to a special bank account overseen by Peel Preservation Group Incorporated (a registered charity) who sponsor rescue groups (which is all legal and audited each year). The Mandurah Volunteer Dolphin Rescue Group will then contribute these funds towards the cameras. The Department and Dolphin Watch have already allocated $20,000 towards the cost of purchasing and installing these cameras (total cost approx. $40,000). The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council is also looking at contributing funding towards this important project.

To make your donation click on the link below:
https://www.chuffed.org/project/helping-save-mandurah-dolphins-from-stranding

Identifying the Mandurah dolphins

Now you can identify the dolphins that live in the Peel-Harvey Estuary.

 

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