Wednesday, 01 April 2015
You can just see a beluga mother and calf below Shipman Head, north west of the Isles of Scilly

Recent confirmed sightings of the critically endangered Sturgeon Whales near the Isles of Scilly. Marine conservation specialists are extremely worried that these Whales (also know as Beluga Whales) have travelled so far south into warmer waters and believe it's due to the changing in the climate and the moving gulf stream. 24 hour watch and security is provided by Fisheries Protection team with 3 boats monitoring the area protecting the females valuable roe - caviar.

The Fisheries protection are concerned that the whales might migrate for spawning to New Grimsby Sound where they got caught previously with tide dropping in 1989.

More updates as the information comes through.