FUKUSHIMA RADIATION KILLING WHALES OFF WEST COAST?

FUKUSHIMA RADIATION KILLING WHALES OFF  WEST COAST? FUKUSHIMA RADATION IMPACTING WEST COAST WHALES ? Whale watchers fear visiting whales will face radiation dangers as both gray and humpback whales migrate up and down the West Coast. Story and photo by … Continue reading

GRAY WHALE MIGRATION BEGINS

GRAY WHALE MIGRATION BEGINS.. Fattened Gray Whales In Low-Ice Arctic Set To Journey South Monday, October 13, 2014 By Susan Murphy http://www.kpbs.org/news/2014/oct/13/fattened-gray-whales-low-ice-arctic-set-journey-so/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+kpbs%2Flocal+(KPBS+News%3A+Local+Headlines)   In the coming weeks, more than 20,000 gray whaleswill begin their annual two-month, 5,000-mile journey south — … Continue reading

SAVING SEA OTTERS WHO HELP FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

Another Reason to Save Sea Otters: They’re Helping Fight Climate Change The imperiled marine mammals preserve kelp forests, which absorb carbon from the atmosphere. Take Action Share FacebookTwitterGoogle +1RedditEmail Comments More Share with your friends PinterestTumblrGmailHotmailY! MailAOL MailLinked InDiggStumbleupon Your … Continue reading

FUKUSHIMA HAVING A DEADLY IMPACT ON PACIFIC WEST COAST

(NaturalNews) The makings of a mass-level extinction event in the world’s oceans appear disturbingly imminent, as marine species after marine species washes ashore on the Pacific West Coast. Ailing seals, dead fish, missing pelicans and much more are being reported … Continue reading

CLIMATE CHANGE POSES GRAVE THREATS TO ARCTIC MARINE LIFE INCLUDING GRAY WHALES

Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014 11:16 PM EST More proof that climate change is ruining seafood for everyone Climate change is seriously threatening our fisheries and the communities that rely on them Joanna Rothkopf   FILE – In this Nov. 6, … Continue reading

SHIP STRIKES INHIBITING WHALE RECOVERY

25 July 2014, 2.35pm AEST Could this be one reason why whale populations have not recovered following hunt ban? When commercial whaling was banned in 1986 it put an end to a harvest that threatened the existence of some of the … Continue reading

GRAY WHALE CALF COUNT FOR THIS SEASON IS PRETTY GOOD

Transcript: Gray Whale Calves Born in Big Numbers Welcome to “On the Line”, a NOAA Fisheries podcast. Rich Press: Every fall, Gray whales migrate from their summer feeding grounds in the Arctic to their breeding and calving grounds in lagoons … Continue reading

CHINA’S MASSIVE GRAY WHALE SPECIMEN FOUND IN 2011

China’s largest gray whale specimen on display in Xiamen Updated: 09 Jun 2014 The gray whale specimen, which is 13.9 meters long and weighs in at 21 tons, is the largest stranded gray whale that was found in China’s sea … Continue reading

HORRIFIC ORCA ATTACK IN MONTEREY BAY

GRAY WHALES AND TRANSIENT ORCA MORTALITY Dear Gray Whale friends, It is almost impossible to watch the video of the pack of transient orcas attacking a mother and calf in Monterey Bay recently. And even harder to watch the desperate … Continue reading

UNDERWATER NOISE FROM U.S. NAVY ACOUSTIC WAR- GREATEST THREAT TO GRAY WHALES

Killing With Sound: What Happens When the Whales Stop Singing? Posted: 02/22/2013 6:26 pm BRENDA PETERSEN – HUFFINGTON POST Follow Animals , Military , MSNBC , Oceans , Politics , Science , Whales , Nature , U.S. Navy , Conservation … Continue reading