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1. Dolphin in Disguise: The False Killer Whale
April 26, 2018

For anyone planning to embark on whale and dolphin tours, learning about the different species of cetaceans that may be encountered is an excellent way to prepare. For those visiting regions of tropical or warm temperate oceans, Pseudorca crassidens, the False Killer Whale, is a good place to start. Contrary to its name the species is in fact a member of the oceanic dolphin family. And, while they are not actually related to Orchinus orca (aka the Orca or Killer Whale), they do share some of their characteristics. Characteristics of Pseudorca crassidens Physical appearance: The Fals... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Our Aquatic Giants: The Anatomy of a Whale
April 26, 2018

As our largest marine mammals, whales are one of the most fascinating animals on the planet. They are also among the most studied, and research on the world's whale species is now assisting scientists to learn more about things like global warming, marine wildlife migration patterns, oceanography and even atmospheric science. But it's not only scientists that are enamoured with these aquatic giants. Whale watching holidays to places as diverse as Sri Lanka, Norway and the Azores are popular with nature lovers looking for a close encounter, while wildlife documentaries like Sir David At... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. The Humpback Whale: An Acrobat of the Ocean
April 26, 2018

The Humpback is one of the 11 species of baleen whales, found in virtually all the oceans of the world and migrating to tropical or subtropical waters to breed. As this is a marine animal that spends at least 90% of its time beneath the surface of the water, it's considered an absolute joy and a privilege to enjoy a sighting of one of these magnificent creatures. Embarking on a dedicated whale watching cruise is the best way to maximise your chances for a close encounter with a Humpback, whether it's around Mexico's Baja Peninsula, Western Australia or the Alaskan Panhandle. Learning a l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. The Hunt of the Sperm Whale
March 26, 2018

For anyone planning to embark on a whale watching cruise, the incredible documentary series Blue Planet II, hosted by veteran naturalist Sir David Attenborough, makes for compelling viewing. It features many of the cetaceans that may be encountered on a whale watching cruise, including Humpback, Killer, pilot and Sperm Whales. The World's Largest Whale Found in nearly all the world's oceans, the Sperm Whale is one of the most commonly sighted species on whale watching tours. From the Azores or the Maldives, to Baja California or Norway's spectacular Lofoten Islands, the opportunitie... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. The Complex Whale Behaviour of Bubble Net Feeding
March 26, 2018

For many people, the opportunity to encounter a whale in the wild is a lifelong aspiration. The thrill of seeing these majestic marine mammals enjoying the freedom of their natural habitat often goes beyond being just a memorable event to a truly life-changing experience. One of the most interesting cetacean behaviours is unique to the Humpback Whale. While scientists and researchers already knew about the co-operative method they employ – called "bubble net feeding" – it was captured with brilliant, high definition success on the much-lauded BBC documentary series Blue Planet II, with S... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. The Deep Sleep of the Sperm Whale
March 26, 2018

Whale watching holidays are among the most popular of all nature-focused tours. Witnessing these giant cetaceans in their natural habitat can be a moving and, in some cases, quite profound experience. Well-organised whale watching holidays take participants to some of the best nature hotspots in the world to encounter a wide variety of species. While humans have always had a fascination for whales, as the largest toothed predator on the planet, the Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus) is one of the most sought-after sightings on whale watching holidays. These big, beautiful marine mammal... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. The Sperm Whale: Super Communicator
March 01, 2018

The Sperm Whale, largest of all the toothed species, is found in every ocean of the world. With the opportunity to join whale watching cruises in the cetacean-rich waters of locations as diverse the Baja Peninsula, the Azores, Sri Lanka and Norway, nature lovers hoping for a close encounter with these massive marine mammals will not be disappointed. Nature's Giant in Focus The BBC's superb Blue Planet II nature documentary series features Sperm Whales in several episodes. One uses gripping footage of a whale carcass being torn apart by a feeding frenzy of sharks, and another contains... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. The Secrets of the Orca Hunt
March 01, 2018

Whales have always held a special fascination for mankind, but despite extensive scientific research dedicated to their biology and habitat, these warm-blooded titans of the ocean still invoke a sense of mystery. Renowned for their resilience and intelligence, our association with the majestic creatures is overwhelmingly positive. It’s no surprise then that dedicated whale watching tours are among the most memorable and sought after wildlife travel experiences on offer. One popular destination for whale watching tours is northern Norway, where the icy habitat of the fjords provides the o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. The Urgent Issue of Whales and Plastic Pollution
March 01, 2018

Whale watching holidays are among the most popular of all nature-based tourism activities. Specialised operators offer dedicated whale watching holidays to destinations as diverse as the Azores, Norway's Lofoten Islands and California, providing the opportunity to see cetaceans in their wild, natural habitat – a true privilege. Like so much of the world's wildlife, however, the very survival of these magnificent creatures is in jeopardy due to human actions. One of the most high profile conservation issues of contemporary times is that of plastic pollution in our oceans. The problem affe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Sixgill Sharks and Zombie Worms: The Unseen Azores Marine Life
March 01, 2018

Situated to the west of continental Portugal, the Azores archipelago is one of the most popular whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world. The cetacean rich waters of the Atlantic Ocean are home to numerous species of both, with dedicated whale and dolphin watching cruises providing the potential for some thrilling close encounters. But the much-loved cetaceans are not the only marine creatures that make their home in the ocean surrounding the archipelago. Warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream, this part of the world attracts some of the most fascinating creatures on Earth. W... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Dreams Come True: Dolphin Watching in the Wild
January 25, 2018

Humans have always had a very special affinity with dolphins, and an encounter with these playful, intelligent creatures in the wild is a real "bucket list" experience for many. These days it's also a very accessible dream and, even though a sighting can never be guaranteed on dolphin watching holidays, magic happens if you’re in the right location at the right time... The following destinations have become popular for dolphin watching holidays for very good reason. Bermuda Bermuda is probably more renowned for its Humpback Whale watching opportunities, as the ocean giants make ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Whale Sharks: The Gentle Giants of the Galapagos Islands
September 27, 2017

Of the 32 shark species of Galapagos, the massive Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) is by far the largest. These gentle giants of the ocean are, in fact, the largest living fish in the world. While they're found in the majority of the planet's warm and tropical oceans, the Galapagos Marine Reserve – which encompasses the waters surrounding this unique archipelago – can boast an interesting phenomenon as the region is particularly attractive to pregnant females of the species. For anyone planning a visit to this unique island chain, learning more about the shark species of Galapagos is vital ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Discover Alaska's Natural Gems
August 24, 2017

If you’re looking for a place to go on holiday that has just that little something extra, look no further than Alaska’s stunning landscapes. This incredible country is rich in scenery, nature and wildlife, and is fascinating to explore. We’ve picked out three of the most exciting activities to try while you’re on your Alaskan adventure. Make sure you take out a comprehensive travel insurance policy before you go so that you can enjoy your holiday to the fullest! Go Whale Watching To see one of the most breathtaking natural wonders of the world, go on a whale watching trip to spot the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. From Man With a Van to Haulage Exchange Company: Blue Whale Logistics
June 29, 2017

If you have been toying with the idea of expanding your haulage business, then listen up! I am here to tell you about Blue Whale Logistics and how this one-man operation grew into a fully fledged nine-vehicle successful business by joining a freight exchange network. About Blue Whale Logistics Established in 2007, Blue Whale Logistics was founded by director John Sutton. The company is based in Leicester and covers a wide range of operations, including the transportation of general freight on the local, national and European scale. John takes pride in his company’s high-quality servi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Popular Fisherman's Wharf fishing and whale watching outfit, Randy's Fishing Trips & Whale Watching
March 30, 2017

One of Old Fisherman's Wharf's venerable institutions, Randy's Fishing Trips & Whale Watching, has been purchased and divided into two new outfits, Discovery Whale Watch and J & M Sport Fishing. Monterey, CA, March 30, 2017 — One of Old Fisherman's Wharf's venerable institutions, Randy's Fishing Trips & Whale Watching, has been purchased and divided into two new outfits, Discovery Whale Watch and J & M Sport Fishing. The two companies, one focusing on whale watching, the other on sport fishing, will officially open on April 1, with a public ribbon-cutting ceremony set for May 9th at 5... (read more)

Author: John Paul

16. Bermuda for Wildlife Lovers
September 07, 2016

Over the many years I've been organising Bermuda accommodation for visitors to this beautiful, laidback destination, I'm often questioned about what kind of wildlife might be seen. The good news for nature lovers is that the region is extremely accessible, so wherever your Bermuda accommodation sees you based, you'll be able to get up close and personal with the animal inhabitants. Whale Watching Many people cite the thrill of seeing one of these magnificent mammals in the wild as a truly life changing experience; I've been out several times on whale watching excursions here and I'm ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Testing Confirms New, Rarely Seen Whale in Pacific Ocean
July 28, 2016

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA — Genetic tests confirm that a mysterious, unnamed species of beaked whale only rarely seen alive by Japanese fishermen roams the northern Pacific Ocean, according to research published this week. The testing shows the black whales, with bulbous heads and beaks like porpoises, are not dwarf varieties of more common Baird's beaked whales, a slate-gray animal. Japanese researchers sampled three black beaked whales that washed up on the north coast of Hokkaido, the country's most northern island, and wrote about them in a 2013 paper. The challenge to confirm the... (read more)

18. Summer Whale Watching in British Columbia
June 22, 2016

Seeing the planet’s most majestic creatures in their natural habitat is one of the great thrills in life. It is a particularly valuable experience for children, as it will give them a greater appreciation of the beautiful world around them. Experience Orcas in Their Natural Habitat Along with my team, I have put together the ultimate activity holiday for families looking to combine adventure with stunning natural beauty. Our Canadian Peaks, Paddles and Pedals package holiday will see you and your tribe take an unforgettable journey to Whistler, where you will share a life changing e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. ‘Whale Vomit’ Potentially Worth $70,000
April 15, 2016

A stinky “rock” found by a British couple who were taking a stroll on the beach in northwest England could be worth up to $70,000. Many are calling the rock “whale vomit,” but in fact it’s ambergris, a valuable substance used to make perfume keep its fragrance longer on the skin. “Ambergris is definitely not vomit,” Christopher Kemp, author of “Floating Gold: A Natural (and Unnatural) History of Ambergris,” told CNN. “It’s more like poop, and it comes from the same place as poop, but it’s only made by a small perc... (read more)

20. The 35th Annual Steinbeck Festival: "From Salinas to Sea of Cortez: Steinbeck on Land and Sea," May
April 12, 2016

The Steinbeck Festival is back! The National Steinbeck Center, at One Main Street, Salinas, offers a weekend of engaging “JON talks,” new films, and a variety of tours (the Red Pony Ranch, Salinas walking tours, an Ag tour, Ricketts’s lab tour, and whale watching). Salinas, CA, April 12, 2016 - The Steinbeck Festival is back! The National Steinbeck Center, at One Main Street, Salinas, offers a weekend of engaging “JON talks,” new films, and a variety of tours (the Red Pony Ranch, Salinas walking tours, an Ag tour, Ricketts’s lab tour, and whale watching). Friday night’s banquet at the NS... (read more)

Author: John Paul

21. Japanese Court: Australian had Right to Enter Whale Museum
March 25, 2016

TOKYO— A Japanese court ruled Friday that an aquarium had no right to bar an Australian animal welfare activist, who wanted to check on a baby albino dolphin in captivity. Wakayama District Court awarded Sarah Lucas 110,000 yen ($970) in damages Friday, a court official said, on customary condition of anonymity. Lucas, the head of Australia for Dolphins, called the verdict a victory in the fight to stop dolphin killings. She expressed concern for the albino dolphin, saying it was in a tiny crowded tank of chlorinated water, being bullied by other dolphins. The aquarium is the major... (read more)

22. SeaWorld to Stop Breeding Killer Whales
March 17, 2016

The U.S. theme park operator SeaWorld said it is ending its controversial killer whale breeding program. The company said Thursday that the whales currently at its parks would be the last. The Florida-based SeaWorld Entertainment Inc, which has parks in California and Texas, said it would replace its signature "Shamu" killer whale theatrical shows with displays focusing on conservation. "The new vision for SeaWorld reflects changes in society and SeaWorld’s evolution with those changes, including ending killer whale breeding, new inspiring natural orca encounte... (read more)

23. Why Choose a Science Summer Camp?
February 29, 2016

The joy and excitement that comes from attending a summer camp is undeniable. Most people have wonderful memories of the days of summer camp. What if you attended a summer camp that provided training and education for your desired career? Science camps can create a lasting memory for children and adults alike. At a science summer camp you'll receive hands on training and experiences in the scientific field you are interested in entering. If you are interested in marine biology, you may choose to attend a camp such as the whale camp. There are other science camps that cover other fields as well... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

24. 6th Annual Whalefest Monterey to be held on January 23 & 24, 2016 at Old Fisherman's Wharf, Montere
January 18, 2016

The Whale Watching Capital of the World™ Monterey, CA, January 19, 2016 – The Monterey Fisherman's Wharf Association will sponsor and hold the 6th ANNUALWHALEFEST MONTEREY at and around Old Fisherman’s Wharf, Monterey, California, The Whale Watching Capital of the World™ on Saturday, January 23rd and Sunday, January 24th, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This free, fun and educational interactive family event for all ages celebrates the migration of the gray whales! The event also benefits many local and national marine organizations that inspire, educate, explore and empower the publ... (read more)

Author: John Paul

25. Types of Whales You'll Spot in the Bay of Fundy
January 11, 2016

If you're going to whale camp at the Bay of Fundy, then you're in for a treat. There are nearly a dozen species of whales that call this area home at various points throughout the year. So before you head out for camp, make a list of the whale species in this article to take with you. See if you can spot them all before your visit ends! Finback Whale This is the largest species of whale you'll find in the Bay of Fundy, and the second largest species in the ocean; the only one larger is the blue whale. This giant can grow up to 85 feet in length and weigh between 30 and 80 tons.  When s... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

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