All Blog Posts for Whales

IWC65 sees victories and progress for whale conservation.
6 October 2014 Patrick Ramage
I can hardly believe I’m writing this, but the tide really is finally turning in the battle to encourage Japan to end Read more »
Holarctic Conference examines still-mysterious Russian gray whale population
1 October 2014 Anna Filippova
Active studies of the gray whale started exactly 20 years ago. At that time no one thought that we will be able to “ Read more »
The largest no-take marine monument on Earth? We’ll take that.
26 September 2014 Margaret Cooney
~~~ In June, I told you about President Obama’s plan to possibly protect more of the ocean. Then, in July, 25,000 Read more »
Supporting whale disentanglement and strandings team efforts in Tonga
25 September 2014 Brian Sharp
IFAW has had a long-standing involvement in supporting research on the humpback whale population of Oceania, and the Read more »
With IWC Officials looking on, US IWC Commissioner Russell Smith, Japan's Joji M
17 September 2014 Patrick Ramage
As I sit down to type up this blog, it’s 1:30 in the morning in Portoroz, Solvenia. And it’s been an up and down Read more »
15 September 2014 Patrick Ramage
Watch this brief update from the IFAW team, working for whales in Portoroz, Slovenia § “Life is change, Read more »
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