Whales

Photo: Newport Experts say that whale-watching has become a billion-dollar enterprise and a wildlife tourism success story. The migration of the largest animals on the planet is a sight to behold. For travelers, seeing the same species, perhaps even the same animal, is quite a different experience depending on where you go. Happy whale-watching wherever …

Whales Links

Photo: Bernard Spragg, The Dive Also see: Wales Links Links related to whales presented in somewhat random order: Whale Watching Whale Watching Web Whale Watching in the Arctic – WWF Whale Watch – Dominion Post (New Zealand) Grey Whale Lagoons – Serge Dedina/Emily Young The Friendly Whales of San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja California Sur – …

Sharks, Parks and Whales

LIVE WEBCAST! Divers for Sharks and partner organizations hosts a side-event at the 13th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP13) to discuss NON-EXTRACTIVE uses of marine wildlife and Marine Protected Areas. If you are not in Cancún, tune in for the live webcast on the Divers for Sharks’ Facebook Page page Tuesday …