WhaleSong – Before It’s Too Late Ep 5

Filmed on location in the remote Kimberley, the exact location was kept a secret for 15 years. This WA humpback whale population was slowly but steadily recovering from heavy whaling which continued until their near extinction in the 60’s. Having found a calving ground in these warm, tropical pristine waters, in the interest of protecting […]

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Video Diaries Renewal

We wish to advise that most of our Video Diaries have been renewed and are available for viewing. Three entries are yet to be be renewed but the majority have been uploaded and are ready to play. Inday Ford our CWR Research Assistant produced these in-house videos aptly recording the journeys of Whale Song travelling around […]

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Whales on Studio 10

Thanks to Studio 10 for the invite for Micheline to speak with the panel, Sarah, Denise, Jo and Angela. Thanks to Leighton De Barros and Jodie De Barros at Sea Dog TV International for providing the footage from the NAT GEO WILD documentary “Birthplace of the Giants”. And of course, thanks to the wonderful humpback […]

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Melbourne Writers Festival 2018

With 340 participants performing in various venues in and around the heart of the Melbourne CBD over the course of 10 days in late August to early September, the Melbourne Writers Festival was a wonderful and invigorating event and it was an absolute privilege to attend.   Micheline Jenner represented the CWR Team with her […]

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Byron Writers Festival 2018

Books, books and more books… Recently Micheline Jenner AM was able to attend the Byron Writers Festival held on Aug 3-5 at Elements of Byron in Byron Bay, northern NSW. This was an unique opportunity to join three panels discussing Curt and Micheline’s whale research over the last 30 years, current issues facing the world’s […]

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Whale Song–Looking & Listening for Whales

Our intrepid, sea-fairing vessel, Whale Song is a perfect platform for researching cetaceans. With 6 nautical miles visible range from the flybridge and 5 nautical miles from the bridge, we have got whales and dolphins covered! Listening to the sounds of the sea with underwater acoustic equipment, we have even further covered! As Roger Payne […]

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ABC Conservations with Sarah Kanowski

On Thursday April 5th, 2018 a radio interview aired on ABC Conversations. Sarah Kanowski and Micheline Jenner had a lively chat about all things whale. In particular, they spoke about interesting experiences Mich and her husband, Curt had with a very curious humpback whale they named “Crazy” in the Dampier Archipelago. In the deep, blue […]

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Whale Song Secrets

  Humpback whales sing unique songs, in fact they are the most complex in the animal kingdom and sometimes they change more dramatically than usual… Click on the link below to view an interesting video, Animalism by The Atlantic. http://www.facebook.com/AnimalismbyTheAtlantic/videos/365465480572651/       

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Blue Whale Genetics

The story is in their genes… A recent paper published with CWR researchers Curt and Mich Jenner unlocks more clues about the fascinating lives of pygmy blue whales. Click in the link below to see the latest research paper published. Awesome work by Dr. Cat Attard. http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/5/1/170925 

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Whales on an eBook…

It’s holiday time soon.  If you are travelling and packing lightly, maybe the eBook version of our book “The Secret Life of Whales” would be suitable. The link through Amazon is available below. Happy holidays and reading!

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