News and Updates
For the past three years, Whale Trust has been working with researchers in Mexico, Japan and the Philippines to track how humpback song changes over space and time. This summer, Jim Darling published his preliminary findings in the journal Aquatic Biology. Click here to read the paper and see what we discovered!
Whale Tales 2015 is Here!
Join us at Whale Tales 2015 this February 13th-16th! Hosted by Whale Trust Maui, Whale Tales offers attendees the opportunity to learn about the groundbreaking work being carried out by some of the world’s leading authorities in whale research and conservation through a weekend of free presentations at Lahaina’s Maui Theatre. You can hear directly from researchers about their most recent discoveries; view award-winning underwater photography and video of whales in their natural environment; take a benefit whale watching cruise hosted by presenters and more! Limited tickets are still available for the Opening Reception, being held at the historic Pioneer Inn from 4:30-6:30pm on Friday, February 13th, followed by a free presentation under the stars in Cambell Park with Flip Nicklin and Jason Sturgis at 7pm.
Get Involved at Whale Tales
Whale Trust Maui is currently seeking additional volunteers for Whale Tales 2015. Join us for one of the most exciting event in whale research and education happening on the planet! To learn about volunteer opportunities please email Deborah at: dbassett [at] whaletrust [dot] org.