All Blog Posts for Whales

Source: Physorg.com
21st November 2011 Matt Collis
It’s often suggested that governments seek to release bad news when people are least likely to be looking, and by most Read more »
Throughout the survey kittiwakes were the most prevalent bird sighted, with grou
21st November 2011 Anna Moscrop
As we enter the mouth of the River Orwell bound for Song of the Whale’s berth back in Ipswich, here in the U.K., the Read more »
A white-beaked dolphin bow-riding.
17th November 2011 Anna Moscrop
As we begin the long track from the west side of the large Dogger Bank survey block, seals dominate the morning’s Read more »
IFAW Song of the Whale: Saving fuel and making the best of light winds.
16th November 2011 Anna Moscrop
Six days in and we have completed two of our smaller survey blocks, the first close to the Hornsea wind farm and the second Read more »
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15th November 2011 Matt Collis
The struggle to protect the marine region of North-west Australia is turning out like a kind of twisted David and Goliath Read more »
The Song of the Whale Dogger Team
11th November 2011 Anna Moscrop
This week the team onboard R/V Song of the Whale begin a project to survey the Dogger Bank, North Sea, for cetaceans, Read more »