All Blog Posts for Whales

A blue whale surfaces in Geographe Bay, WA, one of the many hotspots at risk. ©S
7 November 2014 Sharon Livermore
The ocean covers a staggering 71 per cent of the Earth’s surface, from shallow coastal waters to the deepest of ocean Read more »
The Australian government will continue non-lethal whale research funding.
30 October 2014 Matt Collis
It’s always nice to report back on a bit of good news, especially when you can see how IFAW’s efforts have Read more »
Changing shipping lanes may help save Sri Lankan blue whales
27 October 2014 Patrick Ramage
I knew I was in trouble as we began the descent into Chicago.  No matter how much gum I chewed, my ears just wouldn Read more »
IWC65 has numerous whaling implications for Australia and New Zealand.
22 October 2014 Matt Collis
With the last International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in September now fading into the distance, it is an opportune Read more »
IWC65 sees victories and progress for whale conservation.
6 October 2014 Patrick Ramage
I can hardly believe I’m writing this, but the tide really is finally turning in the battle to encourage Japan to end Read more »
Holarctic Conference examines still-mysterious Russian gray whale population
1 October 2014 Anna Filippova
Active studies of the gray whale started exactly 20 years ago. At that time no one thought that we will be able to “ Read more »
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