All Blog Posts for Whales

Mr. Loftsson's boat returns with a dead fin whale lashed to its hull.
21st June 2013 Robbie Marsland
As the longest day passes in Iceland and despite the very sad fact that it has taken the deaths of two more endangered fin Read more »
Bow-riding pilot whales tag along with IFAW's research vessel Song of the Whale.
19th June 2013 Luke O'Connor
Watch this amazing video of the pilot whales who swam along side the Song of the Whale. ~~~ We’ve had many fantastic Read more »
Sadly, it may be some time before there is any judgment from the Court
13th June 2013 Matt Collis
In two weeks’ time, something rather unusual will take place in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Read more »
‘Meet Us Don’t Eat Us’ volunteers ask tourists to sign a postcard that pledges n
10th June 2013 Robbie Marsland
I arrived in Reykjavik at midnight on Sunday.  I was tired but the sun wasn’t – it was still well above the Read more »
A mixed group of common and striped dolphins taken using a GoPro mounted on the
7th June 2013 Luke O'Connor
Eleven days in and we’ve reached the southern coast of Portugal, where we’ve finally been able to shed the Read more »
SOTW Team leaning into the swell in the Bay of Biscay, en route to the Mediterra
4th June 2013 Conor Ryan
After weeks of increasingly frenzied activity, boat maintenance, construction and testing of hydrophones, R/V Song of the Read more »