Resident fin whales calving in the Gulf of California

Fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) have resident populations in three different regions - including the Gulf of California. Daniela Bernot‐Simon, Lorena Viloria‐Gómora, Alejandro Gómez‐Gallardo and Jorge Urbán R. have now found evidence of the fin whale calving ground in the resident Californian fin whales. While numbers are recovering with around 100,000 individuals globally, fin whales are still listed as vulnerable by the IUCN Red List.

2021-04-25T18:54:11-05:00April 22nd, 2021|Categories: Species News|Tags: , , |

Ocean Encounters Virtual Series — Saving the North Atlantic Right Whale Exploring partnerships and solutions for survival

Ocean Encounters, a virtual series from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Saving the North Atlantic Right Whale Exploring partnerships and solutions for survival Webinar Registration » Speakers: [...]

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