Adopt a dolphin

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Adopt a dolphin today and know that you are helping us to protect this wonderful creature for future generations to come.

Devon Wildlife Trust -Bottlenose Dolphin

Price: £20
What you receive: A welcome letter, a fluffy toy, a factsheet about the species and a postcard of the species. If the adoption is for a child they will receive an adoption certificate, plus a fun activity book and colouring pencil set, in addition to the above.Dolphins can often be seen off the Devon coast, usually in small groups (pods). Unfortunately each year a small number of dolphins become entangled in discarded and drifting fishing nets. Your dolphin adoption will help our marine conservation and campaigning work which is ensuring a safer future for these magnificent marine mammals.
More info: Call 01392 279244 

Manx Wildlife Trust - Risso's Dolphin

Price: £30
What you recieve: Adopt-a-Dolphin pack, includes a cuddly dolphin toy, and have it posted out to them.
Additional: In most parts of the world, Risso’s dolphins are only found in the deep oceans, far away from land. In Europe, there are two populations that can regularly be found close to shore; one of these populations is found amongst a group of volcanic islands, the Azores, right in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The other population can be found in the waters around the Isle of Man - we are very lucky to find them so close to land, sometimes only 50 metres off the shore!

Northumberland Wildlife Trust - Bottlenose Dolphin

Price: £20
What you recieve: An award-winning Wildlife Sounds greeting card of your animal, 'certificate of adoption' for your chosen animal, fact sheet about your animal, copy of our latest magazine, Roebuck, with information on our latest conservation projects. A bar of chocolate from local chocolatiers Kenspeckle Northumbrian Confectionery and a voucher for £5 off if you spend £20 online, alongside a monthly e-newsletter. 
Additional: Adopt a bottlenose dolphin today and know that you are helping us to protect this wonderful creature for future generations to come. 
More info: Call 0191 284 6884