Whale Tales 2015 this February 13th-16th! Hosted by Whale Trust Maui. Whale Tales offers attendees the opportunity to learn about the groundbreaking work being carried out by some of the world’s leading authorities in whale research and conservation through a weekend of free presentations at Lahaina’s Maui Theatre. You can hear directly from researchers about […]
Whales Without Borders radio interview on The Big Alaska Show. Listen to my recent Whales Without Borders radio interview on The Big Alaska Show. We chat about many things including recent whale news and events and technology advances.
Whales in your backyard: How learning the secrets of the Great Whales helps us to protect them (and ourselves), the Goldenrod Foundation of Plymouth, MA is producing a TV event with a live studio audience and online-streaming On Monday, January 12 at 7:00pm EST. The event focuses on discussing endangered whales that visit Massachusetts, and […]
Recordings of Humpback Whale Songs That Made Waves: The Songs That Saved The Whales.Great Recording of Humpback Whale Songs that are worth listening to… By the 1960s, humpback whales and other whale species had been hunted extensively, sometimes to the point of near extinction. Then a recording of humpback whale songs that made waves helped […]
Here is a recent interview on the Big Alaska Show. This interview is between Steve Stripling of The Big Alaska radio show and Dr. Gordon Snyder, Director, Whales Without Borders.
Welcome to Siberia’s answer to Stonehenge or the Pyramids It’s here, at Siklyuk on the tiny Bearing Sea island of Yttygran, where Eskimos created a 14th century shine and sacred meeting place, made with giant bones. Welcome to 600-year-old Whale Bone Alley, a location once so remote that few outside this part of the world […]
When a whale in distress meets a team of volunteers, magical things can happen on Monterey Bay. Four members of the Whale Entanglement Team approach a whale to cut blue steel lines that have prevented the animal from eating and thereby losing weight. At about noon on Sept. 13, the crew and passengers of the […]
Scars help reveal whale migration routes Press Play if you’d rather Listen… Cape Town – Scars left by killer whales and cookiecutter sharks are helping scientists unravel the mystery of humpback whale migration routes. A humpback whale, photographed off the west coast, has scars on its tail from a close encounter with a killer whale. […]
Fingal Bay first to get Whale Trail viewpointWHALE enthusiasts will soon have a new place to watch the annual migration following the announcement Fingal Bay would be one of seven places to receive a federally-funded viewing platform. The $25,000 platform would be built as part of the Australian government’s Whale Trail initiative. “Fingal Bay will […]
A Drone Caught These Whales Flying Across the Ocean and It Looks Like a Movie Scene From the footage the scientists were able to differentiate the whales that were sickly and the whales that were pregnant. They have already discovered several pregnancies that were previously undetectable. Cool thing about the drone is that from 10 […]
Dolphins surf with humpback whale off Dana Point Rare Video footage shows a resident Cetacaen that has been lingering longer than usual. Dolphins are known for riding in front and along side boats, but playing with whales in this fashion – and being documented – is rare, according to Capt. Dave Anderson. “This ‘whale surfing’ […]
Rescuers free entangled whale near Point Pinos Press Play if you’d rather Listen… Editing this Now, Up soon Line believed to have come from Waverider buoy Trained volunteers from the Whale Entanglement Team (WET) were able to free a humpback whale that was found Thursday in Monterey Bay struggling in line that was believed to […]