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The Dangerous Truth of the Modern Seafood Industry

The ocean may seem like an endless resource; vast, mysterious and without limit. Throughout history, the ocean has provided humankind with massive amounts of fish and other marine creatures to consume, yet the health and biodiversity of our oceans are rapidly declining worldwide. Fortunately there is plenty we can do to help if we take…

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The Results Are In: The 2017 Australia Research Recap

Another exciting whalewatch season is drawing to an end here in Hervey Bay, Australia. It has been a productive time for our Researchers-on-Board as we have continued to collect photo-identification data and educate our guests on the importance of the research upon which Pacific Whale Foundation has built its legacy. From the beginning of the…

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No butts on the beach!

Pacific Whale Foundation received an outreach and education grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Marine Debris Program in the summer of 2016. As a recipient of this grant, it’s our goal to: Educate the public about marine debris and its effects on the environment. Remove marine debris and cigarette…

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Presumed Humpback Whale Placenta: February 17, 2018

Research Quarterly Newsletter: Oct-Dec 2017

PWF Bids Aloha to Founder Greg Kaufman: February 10, 2018

PWF Founder Facing Health Challenge: January 5, 2018

Maui Whale Festival Continues

Run & Walk for Whales 2018

The Truth About False Killer Whales

PWF Launches Whale & Dolphin Tracker App

‘An Unknown Future’ for 5 Cetaceans Nearing Extinction

PWF Launches Pilot Program with University of St. Thomas

First Keiki Whalewatch Lana’i: January 24, 2018

First Keiki Whalewatch Moloka’i: January 17, 2018

Whalewatch Season Pass

Maui Whale Festival 2018 Final Schedule