All Blog Posts for Whales

IFAW’s marine mammal stranding rescue and research program relies heavily on Pre
5 May 2017 Peter LaFontaine
Congress has reached a deal to keep federal agencies funded through September, averting fears of a government shutdown while Read more »
The expansion of offshore drilling does not bode well for critical habit.
28 April 2017 CT Harry
ACTION: Join the fight to help protect whales and dolphins from air gun noise. Tell NMFS not to allow harassment Read more »
Today, only a small fraction of the bay is designated as a whale watching area b
13 April 2017 Sigursteinn Masson
From Ghana, Spain, the US, UK, Germany, Hong Kong, Russia, Sweden, Holland and many other countries, impassioned animal Read more »
31 March 2017 Patrick Ramage
She was one of the first people I met when I moved with my wife and our one-year-old son Henry from distant Washington, DC Read more »
Sharon during her last running challenge for IFAW
16 March 2017 Sharon Livermore
Back in 2013, when I was living and working for IFAW in Australia, I undertook the somewhat crazy challenge of running Read more »
A fin whale spouting at the surface.
9 March 2017 Sharon Livermore
Encouraging news has reached us overnight from Iceland that the country’s lone fin whaler and fisheries magnate, Read more »