We always love to see the Whale SENSE program gain recognition, especially internationally, and even more when National Geographic is the one highlighting us! National Geographic recently shared an article on responsible whale watching. In it, they highlight that with a growing industry, there are growing concerns about companies having a negative impact on the … Continue reading Whale SENSE featured in NatGeo article
2023 Photo Contest Runners-up
In addition to our category winners, we also wanted to highlight the amazing runners-up in each category! Like what you see? Be sure your next whale watch is with a Whale SENSE company! Surface Active Category - Janelle Sebergandio, Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company Steller breaching on our whale watching trip in June 2022 Tail … Continue reading 2023 Photo Contest Runners-up
2023 Photo Contest Winners
Congratulations to all of the winners in the 6th annual Whale SENSE photo contest! We had a total of 71 amazing photos submitted for voting this year. Like what you see? Be sure your next whale watch is with a Whale SENSE company! Surface Active Category - Beth Miller, American Princess Cruises Amazing to see … Continue reading 2023 Photo Contest Winners
6th Annual Whale SENSE Photo Contest
It's time for our 6th annual photo contest! What better way to prepare for the upcoming whale watching season than to vote on some of the best photos from previous years! FACEBOOK PHOTO CONTEST RULES Eligibility This is NOT a professional photography contest, but rather an opportunity for ANY whale watching enthusiasts to share exciting … Continue reading 6th Annual Whale SENSE Photo Contest
Connecting the Public To Whales Through Oceanography Citizen Science!
This blog was written for the Whale SENSE website by Whale SENSE naturalists Laura Howes (with Boston Harbor City Cruises) and Julie Taylor (with Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company) Over the course of summer and fall of 2021 and 2022, whale watch naturalists from a handful of companies operating between Long Island and Maine collaborated … Continue reading Connecting the Public To Whales Through Oceanography Citizen Science!