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  1. The European Cetacean Society (ECS) Aims to promote and advance the scientific studies and conservation efforts of marine mammals and to gather and disseminate information about cetaceans.
  2. Puerto Pirámides, Whales in Patagonia Official website of Puerto Pirámides, home of the Southern Right Whale in Península Valdés
  3. ORRCA (Organisation for the Rescue and Research of Cetaceans in Australia) Marine Mammal Rescue and Research in Australia.
  4. New Threats Endanger Great Whales An article on the actionbioscience.org web site geared to raise awareness to the threats against the great whales. Reproduced with permission from the WWF.
  5. Wild Whales Sounds, movies and more about whales around vancouver island.
  6. Shamu
  7. Eden whale festival A festival celebrating whale migration through the waters of Eden.
  8. Greenpeace Australia Pacific There's a worldwide ban on commercial whaling but the whales still aren't safe. Greenpeace is campaigning for an end to commercial whaling. We also campaign to ensure Japan and Norway don't succeed in lifting the whaling ban.
  9. ECOTERRA Intl. ECOTERRA Intl. is dedicated to the protection of nature and indigenous peoples in zones of conflict. When the fair-weather conservationist leave, we are on the ground and up front. With regards to whales we concentrate in the moment on stopping the whale massacres in the Faeroe Islands. Please contact us through Ecoterra Net for other work. ECOTERRA - SURVIVAL FOR PEOPLE & NATURE
  10. Cetacean Society International CSI is an all volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt conservation, education, and research organization, with volunteer representatives in 26 countries around the world. CSI is dedicated to the preservation and protection of all cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and the marine environment on a global basis.
  11. Wildlife Connection Wildlife Connection is a Mexican company, dedicated to the study and conservation of nature. We share with people the experience of coexistence with nature, which in turn, help us to obtain the economical resources to support research and environmental education programs.
  12. Orca Live A site dedicated to the Orca. It is operated by the Hanson Island orca Research staion which has been in operation for thirty years. Live streaming under and above water cams plus hydrophones. Monitoring the North resident Orcas off the nort east coast of Vancouver Island, Canada. A chat area and updates from the researchers on the location of the whales are prominent parts of the Orca 2001 link. There are also highlight videos of the Orca 2000 season. Great for all ages.
  13. YAQU PACHA e.V. Organization for the Conservation of South American Aquatic Mammals.
  14. Fundacion Cethus Non government and non-profit organization with objectives fixed on research, divulgation and conservation of whales and dolphins of the Argentina Sea.
  15. Marine Resources Council The Northern Right Whale Monitoring Program consists of nearly 500 volunteers on Florida's east coast. They all work together to report right whale sightings in east central Florida to ultimately prevent ship collisions with the whales. A ship/whale collision has not been reported since the program began in 1994!
  16. Hebridean Whale & Dolphin Trust The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust is a registered charity which has pioneered the study of the whales, dolphins and porpoises found in the waters of the Hebrides.
  17. The Pacific Whale Foundation
  18. International Dolphin Watch International Dolphin Watch is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the study and care of dolphins, especially their relationship with humans.
  19. World Whale Police (WWP) Marine Mammal protection, out reach and response, Anti-whaling at Neah Bay, Washington, Spring 1999.
  20. The Patagonian Whale Page La pagina de las ballenas de la patagonia.
  21. The West Coast Anti-whaling Society The West Coast Anti-Whaling Society is a group of citizens dedicated to preserving the sanctity of life for whales, dolphins and porpoises. The primary objective of the society is to oppose and work to prevent any return to whaling. The society is dedicated to protecting any species of cetacean (whales, dolphins, porpoises) coming under the threat of whaling. It is our belief that whales hold an inherent biological value, which shot and kill whales.
  22. Ocean Bound Orcas A page dedicated to stopping the display of killer whales and dolphins taken from the wild. Has info,links, pictures, and is updated almost daily!
  23. Greenpeace International
  24. Greenpeace Australia Welcome to Greenpeace Australia. Greenpeace is an international environmental action group that seeks solutions. Greenpeace campaigns for sustainable living and the protection of nature. Greenpeace was formed in 1971 by a group of activists campaigning against nuclear testing. The name "Greenpeace" reflected their vision of a green and peaceful world.
  25. The Whale Conservation Institute The Whale Conservation Institute (WCI) was founded in 1971. Our mission is to protect and conserve whales through ground-breaking research and international education initiatives.
  26. Whale Adoption Project By adopting a whale for yourself or giving one as a gift you'll be directly helping not only the whale of your choice,but also marine mammals around the world. Your adoption fee will be used to help keep our rescue and research vessel, Quixote, and her crew at sea rescuing whales and other marine mammals from fishing nets, conducting crucial research, and helping enforce wildlife protection laws and treaties. Adopting a whale will also help continue the fight against commercial whaling, restore and protect marine habitat, and support our marine mammal stranding network.
  27. Australians For Animals In a massive breach of faith with the American people, the Clinton Administration, in defiance of its own laws and the wishes of the majority of its citizens, wants to allow whaling in US waters. Read our Whale Newsletter edited by Sue Arnolds.
  28. The Oceania Project has been undertaking an Annual Research and Education Expedition in Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia for more than six years. By joining the Expedition you can support and assist with the research work, learn about Cetacea and create your own direct experience with Whales and Dolphins.
  29. The Ecovolunteer Program You could say that Ecovolunteer is a travel agent. But the trips we organize are not your average holidays. They bring you to places that are not accessible to tourists. Where you get the possibility to protect nature and its inhabitants by helping local organizations with their conservation projects.
  30. American Cetacean Society The American Cetacean Society (ACS) is the oldest whale conservation group in the world. Founded in 1967, it is a non-profit, volunteer membership organization with regional U.S. chapters and members in 41 countries. The ACS works to protect whales, dolphins, porpoises, and their habitats through education, conservation and research.
  31. Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society WDCS is the world's most active charity dedicated to the conservation and welfare of all whales, dolphins and porpoises. Every year we carry out vital campaigning and conservation work to serve and protect cetaceans around the world.
  32. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has been on the front lines since 1977, directly defending the world's marine wildlife to maintain global biodiversity. This is achieved through the research, investigation and video-documentation of violations of international laws, regulations and treaties established to protect these species.
  33. Cetacean Society International CSI is an all volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt conservation, education, and research organization, with volunteer representatives in 26 countries around the world. CSI is dedicated to the preservation and protection of all cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and the marine environment on a global basis.
  34. Earthtrust-Wildlife Conservation Find a wealth of information about the innovative and cost-effective programs for protecting some of the world's threatened and endangered species, including whales, dolphins, and many others.
  35. Dolphin Action & Protection Group (DAPG) founded in South Africa in May, 1977 with the motto and policy that "DOLPHINS SHOULD BE FREE". The object was to take every lawful action possible to protect dolphins from exploitation and to work co-operatively with enforcement agencies to make legislation effective. In 1979 activities were extended to include the protection of whales.
  36. Faroese Islands Pilot Whale Slaughter Details of the yearly killing of Pilot whales in the Faroese Islands.
  37. International Marine Mammal Project Earth Island Institute's (IMMP) works to make oceans safe for marine mammals worldwide. We strive to eliminate dolphin mortality caused by the international tuna fishing industry, to end the use of driftnets, and to stop tuna purse-seine fishers from encircling dolphins in their nets. In addition, we aim to stop the resumption of commercial whaling worldwide and to promote sustainable fishing.
  38. Save the Manatee Club Save the Manatee Club (SMC) is a nonprofit organization, established in 1981 by U.S. Senator Bob Graham and singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett so the general public could participate in conservation efforts to save endangered manatees from extinction. The SMC promotes public awareness and education; funds manatee research, rescues, and rehabilitation efforts; and lobby for the protection of manatees and their habitat.
  39. Save the Whales Campaign In 1971, the Animal Welfare Institute launched the Save the Whales Campaign. We are at the forefront of the fight against Japanese and Norwegian efforts to force a resumption of commercial whaling within the International Whaling Commission.
  40. Marine Mammal Stranding Center A private non-profit organization based in Brigantine, New Jersey. Since the Center's founding in 1978, it has responded to over 1500 calls for stranded whales, dolphins, seals, and sea turtles that washed ashore on New Jersey beaches.

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