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.
North Atlantic Right Whale: Slow to 10 Knots
Public service announcement for boaters in the Southeast to slow down to 10 knots for right whales.
Recovering the Southern Resident Killer Whale with Research and Conservation
Learn what scientists have discovered studying the endangered Southern Resident killer whales. See the science behind recovering this charismatic creature, from collecting their poop to tracking them using satellite tags.
Species in the Spotlight: Southern Resident Killer Whale
Southern Resident killer whales are one of NOAA Fisheries' Species in the Spotlight. What factors are contributing to this unique population's failure to thrive? Is there a plan for saving this endangered species? Watch the video for the answers.
False Killer Whales in the Hawaiian Islands
Identification of Hawaii's False Killer whales, False killer whale feeding behavior, their current threats, the fisheries research, and actions being taken to help mitigate interaction between False Killer whales and the fishing industry.
UAV Reveals Killer Whales in Striking Detail
Unmanned aerial vehicle allows scientists to study killer whale health and reproduction while also offering a glimpse into the family life of these social animals.
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