All Blog Posts for Whales

Whale friendly tourism draws tourists and krónas, protecting whale population
1 July 2014 Marc Riley
My first trip to Iceland came in 1982. If memory serves it was a very, very different place then. Tourism was in its infancy Read more »
EU must take a stand for whales at upcoming meeting in Slovenia
25 June 2014 Barbara Slee
In the coming weeks the EU will set their positions for the upcoming meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) Read more »
On June 10, 2014 the CWRT rescued Hangglide, a nine-year-old humpback whale
20 June 2014 Mackie Greene
The call came in on Monday night, June 10, 2014. A whale watching ship out of Maine had stumbled on a humpback tangled up in Read more »
Sad National Day in Iceland as first harpooned fin whale of the season comes ash
18 June 2014 Sigursteinn Masson
Just before 3.30pm on Tuesday one of two operational whaling boats belonging to Iceland’s lone fin whaler, Mr. Read more »
Hvalur 9, one of Iceland's whaling boats, commences the whale hunting season.
16 June 2014 Sigursteinn Masson
The Icelandic Minister of Fisheries was on the National Radio of Iceland this morning rebuking the United States’ Read more »
Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's Agricultural and Fisheries Minister, eating whale.
10 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 »
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