Two Hector's Dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori...
Two Hector’s Dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori) swimming at Porpoise Bay, in the Catlins, New Zealand. One is expelling air from its blowhole (and spraying a little water) before taking a breath. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Advocates for Maui‘s dolphins will march in Wellingtontoday.
The group will begin in Civic Square at midday, and make its way to the Department of Conservation office to deliver a letter to Conservation Minister Nick Smith.
Chair of Maui’s and Hector’s Dolphin Education Action Christine Rose says the Government needs to do much more to protect the last 55 Maui’s dolphins.
“We’re saying the only way of saving these dolphins, according to the best science available, is to get those human threats out of the dolphin’s habitat, and make sure no new threats are introduced.”