All Blog Posts for Whales

UK Director Robbie Marsland gives lecture about IFAW's work in Iceland
28 May 2014 Robbie Marsland
The Geographical Society of Russia is more than one hundred years old and has recently been given a new lease on life by Read more »
Seal, whale campaign successes can serve future generations (Part 2)
23 May 2014 Azzedine Downes
After decades of campaigning, we at the International Fund for Animal Welfare have celebrated concurrent major victories Read more »
Seal, whale campaign successes can serve future generations (Part 1)
22 May 2014 Azzedine Downes
After decades of campaigning, we at the International Fund for Animal Welfare have celebrated concurrent major victories Read more »
Tribute to an inspirational campaigner, Francisco Goncalves
The 8th of May was a very sad day for many people in the conservation and animal welfare world as we learnt that our fellow Read more »
57-foot whale autopsy reveals that it was killed by collision with ship
1 May 2014 CT Harry
Fifty-seven feet is pretty big for anything really. Consider the top of a two story house or more than half the distance Read more »
The bad ship Alma
16 April 2014 Robbie Marsland
Kristján Loftsson is a whaler in Iceland. Or rather, he’s the whaler in Iceland. It’s been interesting Read more »
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