All Blog Posts for Whales

MEP David Martin (seated) learning about whale research on board Song of the Wha
19 October 2012 Adrian Hiel
There are three remaining countries in the world that engage in the cruel practice of commercial whaling and two of them are Read more »
The author at the IFAW closing event in Reykjavik with Svandís Svavarsdóttir, Ic
20 September 2012 Robbie Marsland
As I travelled to Iceland on Sunday evening I was thinking about how all the pieces of our anti-whaling campaign in the Read more »
A western grey whale breaches.
This post was filed from the field by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Western Grey Whale Research team Read more »
The giant bear in question.
This post was filed from the field by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Western Grey Whale Research team Read more »
Encouraging Korea to conserve whales
11 September 2012 Patrick Ramage
Co-workers at the International Fund for Animal Welfare do a double-take when my friend and colleague Christine Jones calls Read more »
Field essay: in our Atlantic odyssey, who knows where the minke goes?
30 August 2012 Susannah Calderan
As we move onwards through our 2012 Atlantic odyssey, the next phase is real-time video tracking of Icelandic minke whales. Read more »
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