All Blog Posts for Whales

North Atlantic right whale critical habitat boundaries have not been revised sin
13 April 2015 Sara Ernst
In 1994 computers resembled large gray boxes, Encyclopedias were our Google, cell phones weren’t all that “smart Read more »
Two student volunteers, look at the inverted top half of a fin whale skull. Phot
8 April 2015 Misty Niemeyer
We don’t often get a chance to talk about what happens after the necropsy; however, it is a hugely important part of Read more »
This year is the first in more than a century during which no whales were killed
8 April 2015 Patrick Ramage
In ancient Roman mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, of gates, doorways, passages and endings. Read more »
Campaigns Officer, Margaret Cooney, delivering coalition comments to a BOEM repr
30 March 2015 Margaret Cooney
In February we asked our IFAW supporters to submit comments to protect Atlantic and Arctic marine habitats from plans to Read more »
The author presenting on the Science and Campaigns stage at WHALEFEST 2015."
20 March 2015 Patrick Ramage
“The British and Americans are two people separated by a common language.” ― George Bernard Shaw A week ago Read more »
MMRR helping a stranded Atlantic white-sided dolphin.
19 March 2015 Katie Moore
June 2016 Update: Despite earlier threats of lowering the amount, the Senate has restored the John H. Prescott Marine Read more »
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