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Tales From the Marine Mammal Video Files
Microworlds Video: "What Do Marine
Orphan Orca: Saving Springer Video
Follow Springer's amazing rescue in this film celebrating a successful orca family reunion.
Ten years ago, the Pacific Northwest community came together to save one small whale, who is still thriving in the wild 10 years later. NOAA Fisheries worked closely with local communities and Canadian officials in this unprecedented rescue effort to bring the young orca home. Springer's annual return to the waters of British Columbia serves as a reminder to everyone working on killer whale conservation, in the United States and Canada, that much can be accomplished by working together toward a common goal. More...
Whale Rescue Video on NOAA Oceans Today.
Whale Rescue Video
In the last 25 years, 92 large whales have been freed from life threatening entanglements in fishing gear. Such entanglements are threatening the critically endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. When these whales are spotted who comes to the rescue? A team from the Atlantic Large Whale Disentanglement Network.
When a call comes in, responders race to the whale's location. They attach a GPS buoy to the whale to track its position, in case bad weather delays the rescue. Driftnets, lobster lines and marine debris often cause these life-threatening entanglements. While new fishing gear is being designed, for now, these ocean heroes are their only hope. More...
North Atlantic right Whale PSA Video
North Atlantic right whale 30-second Public Service Announcement for NE Florida and coastal Georgia. Video explains that slowing to 10 knots or less where Right whales are present can save huge lives. More...
Blue Whale Tagging to Prevent Ship
Be Whale Wise PSA Video
Orcas are wonders of nature and now, more than ever, we need to help them stay that way. Puget Sound orcas are also an endangered species and that means stepped up enforcement of special rules to view them.
Whale Wise: Stay at least 200 yards from orcas. Keep out of their path, and never feed them. Check the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration guidelines to help protect all marine mammals at BeWhaleWise.org. More...
Northern Fur Seal Migration Video
Every year, northern fur seals migrate 6,000 miles round-trip from their summer breeding grounds on the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea.
Learn about the scientists at NOAA who are tracking these seals on their incredible migrations, and where the seals go during the winter months! More...