All Blog Posts for Whales

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 »
A humpback whale dives next to the Elding Whale Watch vessel in Iceland. Whale W
24th May 2013 Robbie Marsland
It’s been interesting times for those of us keeping an eye on the whaling situation in Iceland.  Two species of Read more »
Icelandic fin whaling - an expensive and dangerous hobby, in more ways than oner
14th May 2013 Robbie Marsland
It’s been a busy week or so for those following the dying whaling industry in Iceland.  The lone Icelandic Read more »
A breaching North Atlantic right whale. c. IFAW
10th May 2013 Beth Allgood
Recently, more than 100 North Atlantic right whales were seen off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. While the North Read more »
Oceans advocate, Ted Danson.
30th April 2013 Jeffrey Flocken
Recently, acclaimed actor and activist Ted Danson launched a petition to President Obama asking him to stop seismic airgun Read more »
A bubble curtain helps to reduce the noise of pile driving.
11th April 2013 Vassili Papastavrou
In addition to shipping noise there are two other sources of underwater noise pollution which threaten whales and dolphins. Read more »