All Blog Posts for Whales

How many more whales must die?
6 August 2013 Margaret Cooney
For those following the issue of whaling in Iceland, it has been a frustrating few weeks.  Earlier this summer, after Read more »
The detail with which Australia has revealed the commercial nature of Japan’s wh
1 August 2013 Matt Collis
Since the oral hearings in Australia’s case against Japan’s “scientific” whaling ended at the Read more »
The western gray whale (WGW) expedition is a team of scientists from Russia and
This post was filed from the field by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Western Gray Whale Research team Read more »
29 July 2013 Clare Gibson
Watch "Night of the Whale - part II" above, documenting research conducted in 2012 near Stellwagen Bank off Read more »
A Western Gray Whale mother and calf.
This post was filed from the field by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Western Gray Whale Research team Read more »
Spotlight Iceland: what is the point of your whaling Mr. Loftsson?
22 July 2013 Robbie Marsland
Mr Loftsson, the lone, obstinate fin whaler in Iceland, seems to be in trouble.  For years the International Fund for Read more »
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