I'll rewrite the purpose and methods discussions as soon as I have time. Hammered out what we can do so's not to jeopardize proprietary information so we can operate without contraints.
We will truely become Citizen Based!
A few days after seeing a young (25') humpback near Amagansett, NY, a humpback of similar size was seen near Point Judith, RI by the whale watching vessel of the Frances Fleet. Two days ago that same whale was found dead. I am awaiting photos from the stranding network to see if it was the same one I had photographed.
I hope not. Humpbacks have been sighted around M...
Just posted 3 photos of a whale seen off of
Bar Harbor, near the "Ball Park", on 7/2. It spent some time swimming with "Canine", but then left. Our naturalist thought it might be a younger whale, but was not sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Link to first of 3 photos below.
Hi folks. I just posted some flukes from 2002 through 2011 that I have no ID's for, and help would be greatly appreciated. the 2002 through 2010 photos were from the Great South Channel; 2011 from Stellwagen.
Since 2002, we've encountered over loads of calves during CRESLI trips to the Great South Channel. I know that some of the recent calves are in the process of being named; I know that many of the former calves have been named, but my listing still has about 25 for which I don't have names; some of whom I am sure have been named.
I have the list named calves from 2009, ...
Whale Matching fanatics try your hand at these .... or Silver Bank folks maybe your whale is amongst one of these
Any of these could be a Silver Bank whales.
Most of these flukes were found by Fred Wenzel during his lunch hour. Fred works for DMR (I think ) and every once in a while does a search for "humpback flukes" on flickr just to see what he can find. He come...