All Blog Posts for Whales

Share your thoughts about saving animals in 2014
6th January 2014 Azzedine Downes
As a new year begins, I want to thank you for all the ways you’ve been a friend to animals.  You helped us care Read more »
Australian government’s response on whaling a worrying sign
6th January 2014 Matt Collis
[WARNING: Graphic content] Footage released by Sea Shepherd has well and truly confirmed that whaling is again underway in Read more »
IFAW Marine Mammal Conservation and Animal Welfare Research Award winner, Simon
19th December 2013 Sharon Livermore
Last week in Dunedin, New Zealand, some 1,200 attendees gathered for the Society of Marine Mammalogy biennial conference. Read more »
Collecting samples from a harpooned minke whale on the Japanese factory ship Nis
10th December 2013 Patrick Ramage
The meeting is so large it’s only held every two years. The participants list is chock-full of heavyweights. The 20th Read more »
Antarctic Ocean protection left out in the cold
12th November 2013 Isabel McCrea
What’s next for the animals of East Antarctica and the Ross Sea? Global efforts were stifled once again when the Read more »
Unique species of humpback dolphin discovered in Australian waters
5th November 2013 Sharon Livermore
Population aggregation frameworks, genetic data sequences, morphological data and geographical segregation may all sound Read more »