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Tag: whales

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50 Stories: Bowhead whale sanctuary created in Nunavut

In a campaign spanning 26 years, WWF-Canada worked with the Inuit community of Clyde River to create Canada’s first national Marine Wildlife Area. Also known as Niginganiq, this extensive area off the coast of... Read More
In a campaign spanning 26 years, WWF-Canada worked with the Inuit community of Clyde River to create Canada’s first...
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A sad ending

Well….her fate is known. The entangled 31 foot female right whale that people worked so hard to free after Christmas has been found dead off Florida. Read More
Well….her fate is known. The entangled 31 foot female right whale that people worked so hard to free after...
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Good news: right whale disentangled

Remember those somewhat insane but highly dedicated and amazing people I was telling you about? Well, they did it! Read More
Remember those somewhat insane but highly dedicated and amazing people I was telling you about? Well, they did it!
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Untangling the North Atlantic right whale

Well, I was hoping to be able to give you better news. By now, many of you have probably heard about the entangled right whale found on Christmas Day in the U.S. Read More
Well, I was hoping to be able to give you better news. By now, many of you have probably...
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Happy holidays from WWF-Canada

As we near the holiday season and the new year, I wanted to thank you for your support and share with you highlights from this past year. Thanks to your dedication, many exciting conservation... Read More
As we near the holiday season and the new year, I wanted to thank you for your support and...
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Babies, babies, babies!

Babies are on my mind – 19 of them to be exact. Last week, scientists at the annual Right Whale Consortium confirmed that 19 North Atlantic right whale calves had been born this past year... Read More
Babies are on my mind – 19 of them to be exact. Last week, scientists at the annual Right Whale...
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A fluke shot

Today it is rainy and cold in Prince Rupert, and as I look out the window at the choppy harbour waters, I find myself thinking that it would be nice to visit warmer climates.... Read More
Today it is rainy and cold in Prince Rupert, and as I look out the window at the choppy...
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