Comments: Humpback Whale
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Just back from holiday and was lucky to see & Humpback whales.off Iceland. To just sit at home and hear the recording of them singing made the memories of watching them even better. LOCATION: 52.2345,-0.2582 DATE: Fri, 8 Aug 2008 15:12:17 UTC
I'll be at this location 30 June until 8 August 2008. Usually we get the humpbacks around june/july there. Hopefully I'll be able to see tehm this year too. Greetings
Beautiful songs, amazing animals. Let's keep them and all whales protected. LOCATION: 40.4992,-78.0084 DATE: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 11:08:41 UTC
If the Humpback's song is changing, is this just a natural phenomenon, or could it be a sign of health problems (hoarseness), or an SOS about changing climate or whaling losses of members of it's community. LOCATION: 35.4338,-96.2430 DATE: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 16:23:17 UTC
It's great to see the coverage of the North Pacific humpback whales. I'm working out of Bermuda trying to do the same thing on the North Atlantic humpback whales. You can follow my progress on www.whalesbermuda.com where I post my diary, photos and video clips.andrew stevenson LOCATION: 32.294201,-64.783897 DATE: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 14:07:59 UTC
I sit at my computer every day staring out across the Atlantic from the South Shore of Bermuda waiting for my first Spring sighting of Humpbacks. Does your sight carry any information on the progress of the Atlantic migration?Deborah LOCATION: 32.2732,-64.7589 DATE: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 13:59:37 UTC WOtM team: Hi Deborah - I'd recommend visiting Andrew Stevenson's site: www.whalesbermuda.com
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