Internship

A Love Letter to the Gulf of Maine Whales

WDC-NA intern Stephanie Wrobel just completed her internship, and we are as sad to see her go as she is to leave!

Who knew three months could be over so quickly! 89 days seems like such a long time but looking back it feels like it has really only been one month since I started my internship.

Celebrating World Oceans Day 2014 By Watching Whales and Picking Up Marine Debris

Our first 2014 intern, Venus, is in her final week of her internship with us.  Below she recounts our  all-day whale watching trip in celebration of World Ocean's Day on June 8th.  We thank Venus for her hard work and time that she has put in during her 12 weeks with us!  

From left to right, WDC-NA's 2014 summer interns: Venus, Emily, Sam.

First whale watch...and balloon watch?

Sam Sanders recently joined us as a summer intern.  On her first whale watching trip, she was appalled that she saw almost as many balloons in the ocean as there were whales.  Read on to learn about this very prominent threat to not only whales, but all marine life.             

How Time Flies – My First Month as a Field Research Intern

Venus Fung is a recent graduate of Boston University and she started her internship with us at the end of March.  We are actually a bit delayed in sharing her blog since there has been so much going on! The spring is a very busy time for us; we annually participate in a number of outreach events, school talks, and are getting geared up for the start of our field season.

Thanks WDC, I am Sure Whale Meet Again!

They say time flies when you’re having fun, and it must be true because today marks seven months since I started my internship with Whale and Dolphin Conservation, and it feels as though April were only yesterday.

Making Faces for Food

“If you keep making that face it’ll freeze that way!” Do you think beluga moms use that line on their kids?

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