The Great Whale Conservancy protects the world's great whales and their habitat.
Many commcerial shipping lanes directly overlap critical habitat for endangered large whales. The whales have no choice but to feed where they can find sufficient prey: the ships can and must move to safer waters.
Ship strikes (collisions) may be the most serious threat the great whales face today. The Great Whale Conservancy advocates for increasing the separation between ships and whales because it is the surest way to protect the lives of these magnificent beings.
Five endangered blue whales became stranded on a beach in Watodiri village’s Waienga Bay in Ile Ape district, Lembata Island regency, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) on Oct. 18. As of Tuesday, rescuers were still struggling to save the last whale trapped in the bay.
Entanglements and Plastic Pollution
Every year, thousands of marine mammals drown in abandoned fishing gear and are killed by plastic debris.
Come See Mz Blue and Meet GWC Staff
Click here and see the below video to see Mz Blue and the GWC Co-Directors in action at the Blue Ocean Film Festival in St. Petersburg, FL.
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