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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This is a recent interview on Studio 10 on Ten Network about our book “The Secret Life of Whales”.
Tune in, The secret life of whales recently played on ABC’s Radio National The Science Show. In a 25 minute interview, Robyn Williams discusses all manner of issues regarding whales with Curt and Micheline Jenner. Robyn was fascinated by the life cycles and biology of whales and their candid chit-chat revealed some of their secrets… […]
Cover Image: Wayne Osborn The Centre for Whale Research is proud to announce the release of their first book The Secret Life of Whales by Micheline Jenner –just in time for Christmas! 2017 has just marched on by and […]
November 1, 2017 was a night to remember! Curt and Micheline Jenner attended the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards 2017 at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney, Australia. With Dick Smith AC, the Patron of the Australian Geographic Society and Pip Smith in attendance, it was an action-packed evening. The line-up included 60 Minute’s Liz Hayes […]
Dolphin Research Institute and Island Whale Festival are proud to present family activities throughout the day and evening at the Island Whale Festival, Saturday July 8th, 2017. For festival program details visit http://islandwhales.com.au/program/day-2-sat-8th-july/ Watch out for the free screening of “Birthplace of The Giants” Island Whale Festival at 7pm. Check out the trailer […]
Humpback whales are feeding in the Antarctic right now. During the austral summer months, the cool nutrient-rich waters of the Southern Ocean support a huge diversity of animals from fish, seabirds, seals, dolphins and whales. Humpback whales, along with minke whales, sei whales, fin whales and Antarctic blue whales are feasting on huge swarms of […]
Migrating from west and east coasts of Australia to the Antarctic is one mammoth migration. Each year humpback whales spend the winter breeding season in the tropical Kimberley and the summer feeding in the productive and krill-filled Southern Ocean.
Beautiful Cossies Beach on Direction Island, Cocos Keeling Islands wins the 2017 Award! Click on the link below for the video! Cocos Keeling Islands Visitor Centre celebrating victory at Cossies Beach, Direction Island .Like Page Yesterday at 5:30am · IT’S OFFICIAL … WE HAVE THE BEST BEACH IN AUSTRALIA!!! There are 11,761 beaches […]
Out of the water, humpback whales leap! We love to see them BREACHING, in all places for all reasons! A cow humpback whale breaches… perhaps to scare away a shark. Morning BREACH in a competitive pod of males! In the Kimberley this is a cow humpback whale protecting her calf. We love […]
Follow our WAVES expedition to the Antarctic (January 2014)
- Killer whales vs blue whale… April 9, 2019
- WhaleSong – Before It’s Too Late Ep 5 January 3, 2019
- Video Diaries Renewal December 17, 2018
- Whales on Studio 10 September 19, 2018
- Melbourne Writers Festival 2018 September 19, 2018
- Voyage of the Whale Song September 11, 2010
- DAY 7 WAVES January 6, 2014
- DAY 26 WAVES January 25, 2014
- Filming Trip to the Canyon March 26, 2013
- Day 12 Voyage Report February 1, 2013