Why Do Pilot Whales Strand? 27th July 2023 The Unique Feeding Habits of Orcas in Western Australia 6th July 2023 Whale Callosities 15th August 2022 Orca Talk 2nd February 2022 Species Highlight - Southern Right Whale 15th July 2021 How Long Do Whales Live For? 7th July 2021 Australian Humpback Whale Migration 29th June 2021 How Do Humpback Whales Sleep? 18th June 2021 How To Identify Humpback Whales 5th June 2021 What Do Humpback Whales Eat? 25th May 2021 The Anatomy of a Blue Whale 2nd April 2020 History of the Bremer Orca 21st January 2020 Orca Sighted off Perth! 3rd August 2019 Humpback Survives Killer Whale Attack 18th June 2019 Humpback Whale Tail Sailing 17th June 2019 It was all about the tail today and this afternoon we had the opportunity to witness Humpback Whale tail sailing behaviour. UWA Presentation with WA Naturalist's Club 4th May 2019 Thank you to the WA Naturalist's Club for the opportunity to speak at the Hew Roberts Lecture Theatre at the University of Western Australia. A lovely evening discussing the whales of Western Australia and the incredible coastline we have. Perth Canyon Pilot Whales 3rd May 2019 Pilot Whales in the Perth Canyon! A very special sighting today of Pilot Whales travelling in the Perth Canyon, a first for our season. Where is the Perth Canyon? 16th April 2019 Curt & Micheline Jenner Award 2019 2nd April 2019 Nominations are now open for the Curt & Micheline Jenner Award for Cetacean Excellence for season 2019. The Curt & Micheline Jenner Award is presented every year to a Whale Watch Western Australia Cetacean Soldier™ for their dedication and excellence in Orca Mating in The Bremer Canyon 28th February 2019 A truely extraordinary day as we witnessed Orca mating in the Bremer Canyon right under our feet! Queen (Split Tip) had the attention of a young male known as Hookfin and was leading him on a journey away from the rest of her family as this amorous male swam... How Do Killer Whales (Orca) Sleep? 27th February 2019 How do Killer Whales (Orca) Sleep? Unlike ourselves they are not able to fall into a deep sleep, unaware of their surroundings and leaving themselves vulnerable to drowning. Orca and many other cetaceans will shut down one half of their brain at a time to rest, while the Bremer Canyon Orca A380 16th February 2019 Elvis is alive! The King of the Bremer Canyon took our breath away as he surfaced alongside our bow this morning as his name could be heard right through the boat as Orca A380 appeared after a non sighting absence of 2 years. Concerns that the King of the Bremer Canyon may have come to the end of his reign.. Henry Canyon Bremer Bay 25th January 2019 Magnificent Maleko greeted us today as we journeyed into the Henry Canyon and Maleko burst from the Southern Ocean as he surged west and traveled for over five nautical mile at 20km per hour! The power of Maleko could be felt as he continued to porpoise... Why do the Orca's come to the Bremer Canyon? 21st January 2019 After many years of research the question remains 'Why do the Orca's come to Bremer Canyon?' The answer in one word is... SQUID!
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