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Southern Resident killer whales need our help

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Oct 1, 2019 ...Southern Resident killer whales need our help Learn more about how to help protect Southern Resident killer whales. Transcript Southern Resident killer whales need our help. They are critically endangered and face an imminent threat. The global population is about 74. Whales can be injured or killed by human-induced threats. Underwater noise, contaminants

Economic and social impacts measures protecting the North Atlantic Right Whale (NARW) and the Southern Resident Killer Whale (SRKW) (T8080-190168) - Buyandsell.gc.ca

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Nov 19, 2019 ...Economic and social impacts measures protecting the North Atlantic Right Whale (NARW) and the Southern Resident Killer Whale (SRKW) (T8080-190168) Tender Award Status Publishing status Active Dates Contract award date 2019/11/18 Publication date 2019/11/19 Amendment date None Details Contract number T8080-190168 Contract sequence number 001 Value CAD 224

The Gully Marine Protected Area: A Diversity of Life and a Sanctuary for Whales

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Oct 1, 2019 ...The Gully Marine Protected Area: A Diversity of Life and a Sanctuary for Whales Learn more about The Gully Marine Protected Area. Transcript Fisheries and Oceans Canada presents the Gully marine protected area. A diversity of life and a sanctuary for whales. In the North Atlantic Ocean, on the east coast of North America, 200 kilometers off Nova Scotia, 45

Whale Cove, NU - 7 Day Forecast - Environment Canada

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Dec 1, 2019 ...Whale Cove, NU No Alerts in effect Current ConditionsObserved at: Whale Cove Airport 5:00 AM CST Sunday 1 December 2019 Past 24 hoursPast 24 hours Weather Radar Satellite Lightning -8°C18°F -8°C18°F °C °F °C °F Observed at: Whale Cove Airport Date: 5:00 AM CST Sunday 1 December 2019 Condition: Not observed Pressure: 100.5 kPa 29.7 inches Temperature: -7.8

Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus), Atlantic and Pacific: COSEWIC assessment and status report 2019

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Dec 9, 2019 ...Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus), Atlantic and Pacific: COSEWIC assessment and status report 2019 Official title: COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus), Atlantic population and Pacific population, in Canada 2019 Committee on the status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) Special concern 2019 Third party

Whale watching from the shore - Marine Environment Discovery Centre

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Nov 14, 2019 ...Whale watching from the shore You're gazing out at the horizon when you hear a loud "pshhh!", nearby. It’s…A WHALE! It’s an all-time high as everybody reaches for their cameras hoping to immortalize the moment. One thing is certain: that image will be forever engraved in your memory and you'll never forget the look of wonder in the eyes of your loved ones

2019 fishery management measures to protect whales

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Jul 30, 2019 ...2019 fishery management measures The Government of Canada is taking all necessary actions to help protect Canada's endangered whales. With an additional year of scientific analysis, fishing and marine transportation activity and feedback we now have more information available to inform our decision-making for 2019. On this page North Atlantic right whales

Using technology to better protect whales in Eastern Canada

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Jul 24, 2019 ...Using technology to better protect whales in Eastern Canada Through the Oceans Protection Plan, we are addressing threats faced by North Atlantic Right Whales, such as the impact of shipping noise in Eastern Canada. With investments in acoustic technology, we are researching how to better track and protect these endangered whales who call our waters home

Show you care, keep your distance: St. Lawrence beluga whale

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Oct 1, 2019 ...Show you care, keep your distance: St. Lawrence beluga whale Are you navigating the St. Lawrence Estuary? So are beluga whales! If you see a beluga whale: keep your distance, slow down, move at least 400 metres away. Visit our sites to learn about: Best practices for navigation around beluga whales in the St. Lawrence Estuary Specific regulations within

North Atlantic right whale call in the Roseway Basin off southwestern Nova Scotia

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Oct 1, 2019 ...North Atlantic right whale call in the Roseway Basin off southwestern Nova Scotia DFO Research Scientist, Dr. Hilary Moors-Murphy, studies and monitors whales in Eastern Canada. She uses images and sounds to show you how the North Atlantic right whale, the bottlenose whale and humpback whales sound under the water. Date modified: 2019-10-01

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