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 you go.
— Natural History Museum (@NHM_London) August 2, 2017
Boating this weekend? Download the #WhaleAlertApp before you leave the marina. It displays active whale mgmt areas, required reporting areas, recommended routes, areas to avoid, US & Canada shipping lane warnings https://t.co/LoSquVzN79 #marinemammals #conservationoptimism pic.twitter.com/5lXcROo7KQ
— NOAAFish_NEFSC (@NOAAFish_NEFSC) September 3, 2018