For Whale Week: Celebrate our wonderful and various species of whales in the U.S.
If You See a Whale, Do This
OLE warns about dangers of whale watching and reminds viewers to remain at least 100 yards away from marine mammals.
Species in the Spotlight: Cook Inlet Beluga Whale
There are five populations of beluga whales in Alaska, but only the Cook Inlet population is endangered. This video spotlights the different research projects underway to help recover this species, and how you can help.
Spotlight on the North Pacific Right Whale - An Interview with NOAA Fisheries Marine Mammal Scientist Jessica Crance
The eastern population of the North Pacific right whale is one of the most critically endangered large whales in the world. There are only about 30 left, but research in the summer of 2017 is shedding new light on this elusive creature.
Spotlight on the Southern Resident Killer Whale--An Interview with NOAA Fisheries Biologist Lynne Barre
The Pacific Northwest is home to critically endangered orcas, the Southern Resident Killer Whales, consisting of the J, K, and L pods or clans. NOAA research advances in an intense effort to understand, provide new data, and minimize threats to them.
Whale Recovery in Alaska
Learn more about the science behind whale recovery in Alaska. See how NOAA scientists use photo identification and study humpback whale diets to better understand the population.
Humpback Whale Facts with Dr. Phillip Clapham
A companion video to our Fact or Fiction web story about humpback whales. See the full article at http://1.usa.gov/1DhxKwM
Reporting Entangled Whales in Hawai'i
A public service announcement for the Hawaiian Islands region for reporting entangled humpback whales. Whale season in Hawai'i' runs November through April.
Right Whale Disentanglement 06JAN17
This video documents the intense efforts to disentangle an endangered North Atlantic right whale from commercial fishing gear off Cumberland Island.
North Atlantic Right Whale: Stay 500 Yards Away!
Boaters and recreationers are reminded to back away from endangered right whales. Getting too close to endangered right whales may cause mothers and calves to become separated, with potentially deadly results.
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