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Important News

In addition to sharing the latest news on our social media accounts - we have saved the important articles below. Our 'Reference Articles' page has additional articles of note.

Image by Jack Charles

Deep sea mining noise poses harm to whales


Hundreds attend rally

to save whales from ocean noise pollution


US Rep. Smith requests Biden Administration research ocean noise pollution


Wildlife groups file petition asking Oregon to ‘step up’ orca protection efforts

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Dead Sperm whale found on Kauaʻi had fishing nets, plastic bags in its stomach

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Black Sea - Cetaceans washing ashore [deceased] possibly due to military sonar


Highly endangered North Atlantic right whale calf found dead -North Carolina coast


North Atlantic Right Whale Updates - Tracking of entanglements and the deceased - NOAA


Collaboration is key to reducing whale entanglements in Scotland

Image by Merci L

‘Miami Seaquarium ‘100% committed’ to effort to retire captive orca (Tokitae)

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Photo Credit: Steve Dawson,

NZ Whale and Dolphin Trust

Māui Dolphin population estimate 14 per cent lower than five years ago

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We Must Save the North Atlantic Right Whale to Save Ourselves - TIME

Image by Sean Quillen

US lobster put on ‘red list’ to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales


U.S. Federal Government Violated the Endangered Species Act

Image by Vivek Kumar

Stanford research: Whales consume up to 10 million pieces of microplastics per day

Image by Denley Photography

Chinook threshold decreased for endangered Southern Resident orcas

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