All Blog Posts for Whales

Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's Agricultural and Fisheries Minister, eating whale.
10th June 2014 Patrick Ramage
News out of Japan yesterday had Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe announcing to a parliamentary hearing that he will work towards Read more »
Acoustic recorder successfully deployed to monitor for threatened humpback whale
6th June 2014 Anna Moscrop
R/V Song of the Whale team member Conor Ryan joined the German RV Meteor in Mindelo, Cape Verde, at the end of April to Read more »
There are so many reasons to end whaling for good
6th June 2014 Isabel McCrea
Today is National Whale Day. IFAW established National Whale Day back in 2008, as a way of celebrating the whales and Read more »
Public launch of the Japan Whale Dolphin Watching Council.
4th June 2014 Patrick Ramage
When you think about Japan and whales, the images that come to mind may be unsettling. Whales chased across the open ocean Read more »
Helping to protect whales from the threat of whaling
30th May 2014 Matt Collis
The past couple of months have been a series of ups and downs for me and my colleagues, both within IFAW and at other marine Read more »
UK Director Robbie Marsland gives lecture about IFAW's work in Iceland
28th May 2014 Robbie Marsland
The Geographical Society of Russia is more than one hundred years old and has recently been given a new lease on life by Read more »