All Blog Posts for Whales

A minke whale; Japan wants to kill another 4,000 in the name of ‘science’. c. IF
31 March 2015 Matt Collis
It seemed somehow appropriate that I found myself in Parliament last week to talk to politicians about whaling as the Read more »
The author presenting on the Science and Campaigns stage at WHALEFEST 2015."
20 March 2015 Patrick Ramage
“The British and Americans are two people separated by a common language.” ― George Bernard Shaw A week ago Read more »
MMRR helping a stranded Atlantic white-sided dolphin.
19 March 2015 Katie Moore
June 2016 Update: Despite earlier threats of lowering the amount, the Senate has restored the John H. Prescott Marine Read more »
For the first time in more than a century, no commercial whaling is taking place
4 March 2015 Patrick Ramage
I’m keyed up, almost giddy, despite a dozen hours in an economy class seat from LAX. I’ve just landed back at Read more »
14 February 2015 Sharon Livermore
Australia is globally important for whales and dolphins. Over 45 different species are found here, from the largest animal Read more »
There are 23 types of whales found in Icelandic waters and whale watching has be
30 January 2015 Sigursteinn Masson
Thorshavn is the name of the capital of the Faroe Islands. Small and remote enough with only 15,000 habitants, the Icelandic Read more »
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