All Blog Posts for Whales

Everyday should be World Wildlife Day
3 March 2014 Azzedine Downes
We must appreciate wildlife. We must celebrate wildlife. And we must champion wildlife. Everyday. Let this occasion— Read more »
Exciting new research project aims to protect the endangered blue whale from dea
28 February 2014 Russell Leaper
IFAW is embarking on an exciting new collaborative project that could make a real impact on one of the world’s most Read more »
John Kerry sets a dire, but hopeful stage at Economist Ocean Summit
28 February 2014 Patrick Ramage
Click on the image above to see Secretary Kerry's remarks. John Forbes Kerry is the most ocean-centered U.S. Secretary Read more »
Slowing down for whales saves lives
25 February 2014 April Wobst
I remember as a child walking through my father’s work complex as he guided me to the nests of several Canadian geese Read more »
On shore flensing of a fin whale. c. IFAW
6 February 2014 Margaret Cooney
After years of behind-the-scenes negotiating, the United States has finally said ‘enough is enough!’ to Iceland Read more »
Despite years of experience, marine team unable to return pilot whale to the sea
30 January 2014 Jane Hoppe
A live 18-foot Long-finned pilot whale stranded Monday afternoon on Hardings Beach in Chatham, Cape Cod. IFAW’s Marine Read more »
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