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Editorial Comment:
Making headlines was the appearance of Migaloo, the white whale, in Cook Strait.

In 2008 we reported that eastern Australian whales were using Cook Strait and the southern waters of New Zealand travelling to and from their Antarctic feeding grounds, The report has been published in the Journal of Cetacean Research and Management.

The Whale Watching season is well underway and with the population of eastern Australian Humpback whales estimated to be about 23,000 this year there will be a steady flow along the east coast of Australia from June to November.

There are plenty of opportunities to see the whales, check our whale-watching list for details.

Conversation with Richard Fidler ABC RN featuring the research of Dr Trish Franklin and Wally Franklin in Hervey Bay.

Get your Community involved in the Humpback ICON Project and see Help Save Our Humpbacks for information about what you can do to help the Eastern Australian Humpback Whales.
On iWhales.org you will find movies, sounds and photography of Eastern Australian Humpbacks recorded during our Annual Whale Research Expedtions in Hervey Bay which are available as DVD's or films.
The 60 minute Audio CD Album: 'Songlines - Songs of the Eastern Australian Humpbacks' featuring 'Migaloo'. Buy Now.

Great Sandy Marine Park.
Community and World Hertitage at risk!

You can directly help with the long term conservation of Whales and Dolphins by supporting the campaigns of: IFAW, Sea Shepherd, Greenpeace, WDCS, Earth Island Institute, WWF, Global Whale Alliance, America's Whale Allianceand others.

Check ACTION ALERTS' and take an action today!



Songlines of the Whales Songlines of the Whales CD Features Migaloo's song
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'A Whales Song'
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Trish Franklin's photography
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'Amoroso'.

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