All Blog Posts for Whales

The strong partnership between IFAW and Icewhale has helped to opened the eyes o
30th December 2014 Sigursteinn Masson
16th of December was like every other Tuesday at Reykjavík City Council. The minority criticised the majority for all Read more »
The shocking scale of online wildlife trade shows that the internet poses a real
3rd December 2014 April Wobst
Following the North Atlantic right whale migration, my colleague Mary Trainor and I headed south to Jacksonville, Florida Read more »
Despite initially committing to respect the World Court’s judgment the Governmen
18th November 2014 Patrick Ramage
It felt ironic to wake up in Iceland, one of the last three countries still killing whales for commercial purposes, to news Read more »
Michael Moore takes a tissue sample during a whale necropsy at Chatham Light Bea
6th November 2014 Katie Moore
While doing marine mammal rescue work for the past two decades, I’ve met some pretty dedicated people “in the Read more »
Changing shipping lanes may help save Sri Lankan blue whales
27th October 2014 Patrick Ramage
I knew I was in trouble as we began the descent into Chicago.  No matter how much gum I chewed, my ears just wouldn Read more »
IWC65 sees victories and progress for whale conservation.
6th 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 »