Skip to main content
Report this ad

The Latest

  • Beluga whales rare sighting in Long Island Sound
    Belugas Long Island Sound warning: Reports of belugas rubbing up against vessels
    The rare sighting of beluga whales in Long Island Sound has prompted a boating warning. Local public safety officials are asking boaters to be on the lookout for these whales and they also warn to keep your distance from the pod of belugas spotted...
  • FitDiver® Magazine Cover May 2015
    FitDiver® Magazine FREE Special Edition
    A single diver is just a tiny speck in the vast ocean world, yet each dive is an enormous personal experience. Fitness, good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle keep divers in the water.Read: FitDiver® MagazineAloha! Get in shape for SCUBA...
  • Global Warming Reports Paint Dire Picture Of Florida's Coastline
    Whales signal affects of climate change
    A new study posted in the PLos ONE news has released the Canadian study from 1984-2010 regarding the ability of whales to adapt to increase in sea surface temperature. Phys.Org posted the news of the study online yesterday.The research study was...
  • Seeing a sperm skeleton
    Whales and men take the stage in new academy exhibit
    The Maori, New Zealand’s indigenous people, called them chiefs.Whales were a powerful symbol to the Maori and their culture; a source of food eating utensils and the trappings of tribal royalty.A new exhibition opening Friday at the...
  • Seals like this picture of a seal pup could have been harmed by underwater military tests
    Whales and dolphins win against Navy in case about underwater testing
    The National Marine Fisheries Service was not acting responsibly when it agreed that the Navy could use sonar and explosives during training in the ocean near California and Hawaii. Animal Legal Defense Fund, one of the groups that brought the...
  • Preparing for display
    Whales to take center stage at Academy of Sciences exhibit
    Whales are perhaps the best known of marine mammals and a new exhibit opening next month at the California Academy of Sciences will educate the public on the lives and lore of these unique animals.“Whales: Giants of the Deep” will...
  • Mystic Sea whale watching vessel
    Board the Mystic Sea in Langley for gray whale watching off Whidbey Island
    The gray whales return each spring to the Pacific Northwest and the Mystic Sea is a fun way to see them off Whidbey Island. According to the Orca Network, the Saratoga or North Puget Sound Gray Whales return to Saratoga Passage and Possession...
  • Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel view
    Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel launches Whales, Wonders and Wyland Experience
    One of Southern California's most beautiful oceanfront resorts, The Ritz-Carlon, Laguna Niguel, has partnered with iconic marine artist Wyland to create what the hotel calls its Whales, Wonders and Wyland experience. The experience, which...
  • Grey whale in the Arctic
    Future grey whale Arctic migrations at risk
    Every year, grey whales make a heroic journey: 6,000 miles with their calves from the Mexican coast to the Arctic Ocean, to gather the nutrition they need for the coming year. This is one of the longest annual migrations on Earth, and grey whales...
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    Upcoming events at Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    The Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) continuously hosts educational and intriguing exhibits, programs and events suited for all ages.The months of November through January are no exception.Stories In Stone: An Evening with Anna...
  • Blue whale breeching
    California blue whales making a comeback
    Good news for the largest animal on the planet, the blue whale. A recent University of Washington study appears to show that their population has returned to near pre-whaling day’s numbers, at least off the western U.S. coast. This is...
  • Whale
    Animal Groups to Campaign Against Alaska
    The International Whaling Commission (IWC) imposed a moratorium on commercial whaling in 1986. However, the IWC has a longstanding policy of allowing certain indigenous peoples in Alaska to hunt otherwise protected whales to satisfy aboriginal...
  • Photo of a sperm whale carcass on the beach
    Whales Canadian towns: Three whales burst? Explosion concerns over methane gas
    Three whales near a small number of Canadian towns scattered alongside the coast are causing quite a large, smelly, and explosive problem. Some residents fear that these massive blue whale carcasses might in fact burst in the near future, as...
  • Whaling ended
    Japan's scientific whaling ruled a scam
    The UN International Court of Justice (ICJ) today, March 31, 2014, ruled that Japan’s meager scientific output about whales did not justify the killing of 850 Minke Whales. The ruling should end Japan’s so-called scientific whaling,...
  • Young Visitors looking at Narwhal Tusk
    Rare tusk on display in Norwalk
    The Narwhal or narwhale is a medium size whale that is noted for having the largest canines in the whale species. This large denizen of the deep makes its' home in the Arctic Ocean in the vicinity of the Canadian Arctic waters and Greenland...
Report this ad