whales

BLOG | Cottontail, Dead at 12

by Tim Whitehouse | April 6, 2021
A 12 year old male North Atlantic right whale, one of around 350 left in the world, is presumed dead after becoming entangled in fishing gear ...

BLOG | NOAA’s Failure on the North Atlantic Right Whale 

by Tim Whitehouse | March 11, 2021
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most critically endangered whales on the planet and NOAA's inaction is putting it on the path to extinction ...

North Atlantic Right Whales – Births and Deaths by Year

by Susan Sargent | March 8, 2021
The North Atlantic right whale is facing extinction from low births and high deaths due to ship strikes, fishing gear entanglements and other human activity ...

NOAA Kisses Off Right Whale Survival  

by Kirsten Stade | February 19, 2021
New NOAA Finding at Odds with Science, Facts, and the Law ...

BLOG | Proposed Definition of ‘Habitat’ Could Spell Trouble for Marine Life 

by Guest Contributor | October 26, 2020
Redefining "habitats" hinders federal agencies to protect endangered marine species in an age of warming oceans, including the North Atlantic right whale ...