Reduction of Habitat Damage

An animal’s habitat is the area in which it lives its life and damage to or destruction of this habitat can have extremely detrimental effects on the individuals or populations that depend on it.

A cetacean’s habitat is the ocean (or for certain species, rivers) which is large, complex and has many uses and users. We at CCARO understand that no matter how much protection we give the animals themselves, if we neglect to protect their habitat, we will, in the end, fail in our efforts. For this reason, CCARO aims to determine if habitat damage is occurring locally, what are the causes if any and what we can do in collaboration with the users of this habitat, to reduce any habitat damage issues uncovered.

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Our Plan

In the end, our society will be defined not only by what we create, but by what we refuse to destroy.

John C. Sawhill

CCARO Programmes

Developing the Desire & Ability to Protect Nature

Improve Protection from Hunting/ Whaling/ Culling

Promotion of Cetacean-Safe Fishing Interactions

Promotion of Safe Cetacean-Boat Interactions

Improving Scientific Knowledge & Understanding of Local Cetaceans

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