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The resident gray whales are back in Whidbey and Camano Island waters once again. The Orca Network's Whale Sighting Network received its first report of a North Puget Sound Gray Whale on Feb. 4, and in the past few weeks have received reports
Dana Wharf captain Corey Hall said that at first glance Sunday, he thought they were humpbacks. "It ended up being blue whales; we were completely caught off-guard," he said. "We got to see them fluke, which was super awesome...Seeing the whale fluke
Seven miles offshore, well out of sight of the city skyline and beyond both the kelp line and stray lobster buoys, Capt. Nick Kriesel cuts the engine of the large Hornblower Cruises excursion boat he is piloting...A buffeting wind has blown away the
At last year's International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting, scientists revealed they'd used photos to identify a total of 10 grays that spent time on both sides of the Pacific ; and this year, we're up to 14. That might seem a small number; but it'
TV from aboard a boat at the scene that the rescue team used a specialized cutting tool to cut away the entanglement Thursday afternoon. The whale immediately dove, surfaced 400 yards away and disappeared.
The 9-year-old female western gray whale, dubbed Varvara, the Russian version for Barbara, had passed California, Oregon and Washington and was off northwest Vancouver Island, as of Saturday...The whale is expected to turn left to head back to
Alaska (AP) — A rare western Pacific gray whale that crossed the Pacific Ocean from Russian waters and spent time off Baja Mexico has moved back north along the west coast of the United States. Scientists expect the whale to
Calving grounds off the coast of Maui are active with humpback whales. Look at a globe or photo of Earth from space and you can see our blue planet, with the continents surrounded by ever-circulating, briny waters of the sea. Perhaps no living thing
Black said she was conducting important research for the same governmental agency that sought her prosecution. That research is now being hampered, she said, causing real damage to the orcas. "I was right at the level of getting very important data
Now her home state, not to mention several friends, are appearing in the Hollywood retelling of that story. Sparck was among the first to see "Big Miracle" at a test screening Tuesday in New York...This is her review: In the interest of full