Some species

 being studied by Cascadia Research Collective  (from  top left to bottom right): humpback whale, Blainville's beaked whale, blue whale, Townsend's big eared bat, false killer whale, gray whale, killer whale with harbor porpoise. All photos (c)

Archived news items


Updates from our October O‘ahu field project (23 October 2016)

First ever re-sighting of killer whales in Hawai‘i! (14 October 2016)

New publication on rough-toothed dolphin population structure (17 September 2016)

New report on Cuvier's beaked whales and pilot whales off Cape Hatteras (29 July 2016)

Angela Szesciorka recipient of NOAA Nancy Foster Scholarship (30 June 2016)

Examination of dead humpback whale, Bremerton Naval Shipyard (4 June 2016)

New data on humpback and blue whales from tag deployments off California (2 June 2016)

Update on injured gray whale and necropsy in central Puget Sound (13 May 2016)

New publication on nurturant behavior towards dead calves(24 May 2016)

New report available on Kaua‘i whale and dolphin research (6 May 2016)

Updates on stranding of gray whale off Vashon Is (Ballard Locks whale) (19 April 2016)

New results on N Puget Sound gray whales see Cascadia Youtube Channel for videos(1 April 2016)

New publication on pilot whale population genetics in the Pacific (25 March 2016)

New publication on hawksbill sea turtle "lost years" (7 March 2016)

New publication on Band-rumped and Leach's storm petrels in Hawai‘i (7 March 2016)

Publication on blue whale response to ship approaches and implications for ship strikes (2015)



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