Voyage of the Whale Song

The Whale Song will allow the Centre’s scientists to explore areas never before examined for cetaceans. The Centre aims to identify areas critical to cetacean biology in order to guide human development before these majestic animals and their habitats are lost forever through our ever expanding need for food and energy.  Full story……

Centre for Whale Research

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4 Responses to Voyage of the Whale Song

  1. Avatar for jeff phipps
    jeff phipps May 22, 2011 at 10:19 pm #

    Read about your research at Explorers Club, Think it is great. Thank you for doing this.

    Jeff, Explorers club member.

  2. Avatar for Anthony Brass
    Anthony Brass June 6, 2011 at 9:30 pm #

    I am indeed marvel at your incredable undertaking and will follow your exploits with great interest!
    Bon chance my friends,
    Anthony

  3. Avatar for Alan Shepard
    Alan Shepard October 1, 2011 at 1:57 am #

    Wow, it is amazing how you have progressed to the Whalesong 3. I recall 1992 when you were only using the zodiac off Enderby Island. Best of luck in all your endeavors.

    Alan Shepard
    Former Earthwatch Volunteer

    PS – My family and I spend a great part of the year off the Bay of Fundy where we watch the whales (humpback, minke and fin mostly) from shore. I even had a minke swim over my head while scuba diving.

  4. Avatar for Christy Mesoloras
    Christy Mesoloras October 21, 2012 at 6:16 pm #

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