The Humpback whale migration is in full swing. Already we are seeing the first southbound pods off Cape Byron. There have been an unusually high number of mothers with new calves sighted heading north, which may be related to an unusally warm winter.
July has been the hottest month on record. Climate change? Climate change is considered to be putting the Narwhal at risk in the northern hemisphere.
There are plenty of oppotunities to view the migrating Humpbacks so book a Whale Watch tour Now! Naturally we are biased and think the best whale watch location is Hervey Bay!
Over the next three years we will be redeveloping The Oceania Project's website. What we are planning and how you can help with this work is fully explained at Humpback Whales - Spread the Story
You can also support the work with a T/Shirt purchase, they are only availble for a limited time till September 5th. So make your order early!
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.
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