All Blog Posts for Whales

A 10-ton whale frolicking under your boat is both exciting and terrifying.
    While we were performing photo identification of gray whales around Sakhalin, we met a new friend. We call Read more »
22nd July 2015 Patricia Zaat
A group of whale watchers in the Bay of Fundy noticed a struggling small minke whale calf. The animal’s head just Read more »
The intricately patterned dwarf minke whale has its only known predictable aggre
19th July 2015 Matt Collis
With his commanding presence and white beard poking out from his otherwise wet-suited self, the view of Dr. Alastair Birtles Read more »
IFAW strongly believes that whales should be celebrated, not slaughtered.
25th June 2015 Matt Collis
Today is National Whale Day, a day normally reserved to celebrate the arrival of the many whales that migrate to our Read more »
The majority of countries on the IWC Scientific Committee have found that Japan’
19th June 2015 Patrick Ramage
The latest in a series of encouraging signs for whales and legitimate whale science is a report released today by the Read more »
Bottlenose dolphins are one of the many species found in the waters off Kangaroo
31st May 2015 Sharon Livermore
For the last three years, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has been campaigning to protect critical whale Read more »