2017 / 07 / 04
Whale-watching tours: opportunities to educate and raise awareness?
A case study in Juneau, Alaska demonstrates the potential of whale-watching tours as an educational and public awareness tool for the protection of whales and the marine environment. This study also r...
2016 / 09 / 01
Collision off Les Bergeronnes: Lessons to be Learned?
Pending the findings and lessons that might be learned from this incident, the whalesonline.org team wanted to share with the public important information to better understand the incident and initiat...
2016 / 01 / 07
Boat Speed Noise Responsible for Disturbance of Killer Whales
The speed of boats travelling in the vicinity of killer whales is believed to be the greatest factor affecting ambient noise levels. Such was the finding of a team of US researchers who have worked wi...
2015 / 09 / 03
New Version of Large Rorqual Catalogue Released!
This unparallelled catalogue is ideal for any captain, naturalist or simply whale enthusiast who wishes to discover a new chapter in the lives of these titans. ...
2015 / 08 / 31
Do Tides Have an Influence on Whales?
Tides – generally two high and two low per day – generate and influence ocean currents. In turn, these currents act directly and indirectly on the movements and distribution of whales....
2015 / 08 / 20
Cap sur les baleines, Episode 1: Hugues Durocher
Cap sur les baleines is a webseries presenting whales through the eyes of those who encounter them on a daily basis. In each episode, enter a new universe, discover a new approach to these giants that...
2015 / 03 / 30
Collision between Inflatable Boat and Whale in Mexico: One Canadian Tourist Dead and Two Persons Injured
The accident, which occurred in an area known to be frequented by a large number of tourist boats and by whales, caused a stir in the media. Articles show differences in their interpretation of certai...