WCA Trustee Titia tells us about her visit to Tenerife-La Gomera Whale Heritage Site and reflects on the magic of responsible whale watching.
Update from Raggy Charters on tackling fuel transfers in Algoa Bay
WCA Partner Raggy Charters celebrate a recent success protecting Algoa Bay Whale Heritage Site from dangerous ship-to-ship fuel transfers.
Update from Futurismo on measuring sperm whales in the Azores
WCA Partner Futurismo tells us about how they’ve used acoustics to measure the length of sperm whales from their whale watching boats.
Update from Eagle Wing Tours on their innovative ocean education program
WCA Partner Eagle Wing Tours tells us about their ‘Exploring the Salish Sea’ education program.
WHS Criteria Explained: Research, Education and Awareness
Whale Heritage Sites invest in research and put education and public awareness at the heart of their message.
Humpback Comeback in the Salish Sea continues!
A few days ago, Five Star Whale Watching headed out on tour and...
An update from Futurismo on their understanding of Orca populations off the South coast of São Miguel Island, Azores
As we continue to demonstrate, Azores is a box full of surprises and...
Love the Oceans shares new Turtle Protection Project
The last few months have seen the launch of Love the Oceans' Turtle...
Swiss Cetacean Society’s Comoro island Green turtle protection project
The Swiss Cetacean Society (SCS) has set up a project to protect green...
Swiss Cetacean Society launches new App
The SCS app, developed by the WCA's European Regional Coordinator Swiss...