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Are right whales ‘whispering’ to avoid predators?

A new study published in the journal Biology Letters, has revealed that North Atlantic right whales alter their calls to their young in order to protect them from predators. Normally right whales use an “up call”,  rising ‘whoop’ sound to communicate with each other. According to the latest research, right whale mothers will ‘whisper’ to their…

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Senate Leaders Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Save the North Atlantic Right Whale

After a deadly summer for North Atlantic right whales, Senators Booker (D-NJ), Isakson (R-GA) and Carper (D-DE) lead bipartisan bill to support their recovery. (Washington) – Senators Cory Booker, D-N.J., Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., and Tom Carper, D-De., today introduced a bipartisan bill, the Scientific Assistance for Very Endangered (SAVE) Right Whales Act (S. 2453), to…

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Speak up for right whales!

Speak up for right whales! Use your voice by September 16th! Day Hour Minute Second Email Michael Pentony at nmfs.gar.ALWTRT2019@noaa.gov   Send a letter to Michael Pentony, Regional Administrator, National Marine Fisheries Service 55 Great Republic Drive, Gloucester, MA 01930-2276 Endangered right whales are getting the attention they deserve from a federal agency and now…

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Inaugural Race to Save a Species- an Overwhelming Success!

Written by Emily Moss, WDC Campaign Officer: We thought we were pushing our luck hoping for 60 participants and everyone in our office reached out to people and organizations they knew in an effort to meet that goal. On Saturday morning, I was in disbelief when we had 126 runners lined up to start the…

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Right Whale Day at New Bedford Whaling Museum

We have been lucky enough to have Emily Ryane Moss return this winter as second year intern. Emily has been working on many different projects this winter and I’m sure you will hear much about her in the future, but this week she’s blogging about the joys of Right Whale Day at the New Bedford…

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