That’s the message from the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group who have organised a Whale Watch Day this Sunday.
The idea beyond the watch is to encourage people to keep aan eye out for the many species of whales, dolphins and other creatures around our coast.
The day will also help the group compile data on the various species and their possible numbers around Donegal.
Organisers are hoping they can spot many of the unique creatures around our waters including the massive Basking Shark and incredible Killer Whale.
Wildlife Ranger Emmett Johnston says he is hoping for a calm day so watchers can get the perfect view of all the is out in the water.
People are being encouraged to bring binoculars and to dress properly for outdoor conditions.
There will be no boat trips and there are no guarantees that whales or dolphins will be seen during the event. The Malin Head whale watch will take place from 2pm-5pm. For more information, contact Emmett on 087 2867055.