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Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

WWF June 7, 2017 0

WWF Senior Policy Officer in Species Conservation, Leigh Henry, leads policy efforts related to wildlife conservation. Since joining the WWF family in 2001, she has helped lead WWF’s efforts with the International Whaling Commission among

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In Mexico: A Sanctuary for Gray Whales

In Mexico: A Sanctuary for Gray Whales

WWF May 11, 2017 0

One of the largest mammals on earth, gray whales intrigue us not only by their size but with also their actions. They exude peace and gracefulness. The depths of the oceans and lagoons are

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Close Encounters With Whales: Part II

Close Encounters With Whales: Part II

Wendy Redal May 19, 2011 1

On May 10, Part I of this two-part post appeared in Good Nature: Save the Whales and Save a Community at the Same Time. Now, rejoin our small group for the story of why

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Close Encounters with Whales: Part I

Close Encounters with Whales: Part I

Wendy Redal May 10, 2011 2

The Pacific Gray Whale undertakes the world’s longest mammal migration, traveling an average of 10,000 to 14,000 miles on its annual journey from northwest Alaska to the breeding and calving lagoons of Baja California. The

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