Golfo Dulce has been awarded Whale Heritage Site status, making it the first Whale Heritage Site in Latin America and one of only eight worldwide!
Whale Heritage Sites
On the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we’re celebrating the importance of cetaceans in Indigenous cultures!
Researcher Sophia Nicolov talks to Richard Baines of Yorkshire Coast Nature about whale watching off the coast of Staithes in North Yorkshire.
The World Cetacean Alliance was founded on World Oceans Day 2013 to act as a global voice for whales, dolphins, and porpoises.
The World Cetacean Alliance is delighted to announce that Plettenberg Bay has been awarded Whale Heritage Site status, making it one of only seven fully accredited Whale Heritage Sites worldwide!
Researcher Sophia Nicolov talks to Bex Lynam of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust about whales and dolphins off the Yorkshire coast.
Basque sailors led the commercial whaling trade for centuries, but what impact did this have on the Basque coast’s maritime heritage and whale populations?
The Azores is now the second fully certified Whale Heritage Site in Europe, and one of only six Whale Heritage Sites worldwide.
Hull Maritime Museum’s collection offers unique insight into the historic Arctic whaling industry of Hull.
Researcher Sophia Nicolov introduces us to the ‘Scoresby’s Arctic’ exhibition at Whitby Museum.