All Blog Posts for Whales

Percy the penguin’s perilous story
18th October 2013 Isabel McCrea
Decision makers from around the world are coming together to decide the fate of two uniquely important areas of Antarctica Read more »
As September drew to an end, so did whaling in Iceland, but for how long?
14th October 2013 Robbie Marsland
There are two types of whaling in Iceland. These days, minke whaling is carried out primarily by one vessel, Hrafnreyður Read more »
Not so fast Exxon Mobil, let’s agree to keep looking for answers
10th October 2013 Katie Moore
As the American political scene is so nicely demonstrating, sometimes it is hard to come to a consensus. Getting all of the Read more »
A whale-sized in-tray for the new Australian Government
9th October 2013 Matt Collis
As the new Environment Minister, Greg Hunt MP, settles into his office, many of you have been asking what the new government Read more »
6 Russian western gray whale field updates you may have missed
7th October 2013 Anna Fillipova
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At the Humane Society of Cozumel, IFAW is working to promote sterilization and a
4th October 2013 Azzedine Downes
On World Animal Day, I’d like to take a moment to celebrate dogs and cats, the two most universal species who live Read more »