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 – …

Kimberley National Park

Photo: John Benwell, Aboriginal Rock Art created by the Wunambal people at Wary Bay, Bigge Island Western Australia – The Kimberley is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas. Remote and rugged, the sandstone landscape is spectacular with ancient gorges, pristine beaches and wide horizons. Fitzroy Crossing Fitzroy Crossing straddles the Fitzroy River. The …