Andrew Darby Scientists have pulled off a daring close encounter with Earth's biggest animal, the Antarctic blue whale, using world-first acoustic tracking techniques.
Andrew Darby Out among the tabular icebergs that break off the Amery Ice Shelf, the Co-operation Sea is wildlife-rich and pure.
A dozen killer whales are trapped under a vast stretch of sea ice in northern Canada, while officials try to work out a way to free them.
The dozen trapped orcas swam free after changing weather conditions cracked the sea ice in northern Canada
Nicky Phillips SYDNEYSIDERS have been treated to some spectacular whale watching this week, and as the giant creatures swim along the coast scientists will test whether underwater alarms reduce the number of the...
Tony Bartlett A national operation to guard the welfare of migrating humpback whales has kicked off, with around 17,000 of the animals expected to migrate along Australia’s east coast in the next few months.
Ben Cubby THE suit has been replaced by a slightly frayed cardigan but the newly retired senator Bob Brown is hurling himself into the latest environmental campaigns with the same determination that saw him...
Jonas Liebschner of Whale Watching Sydney braved the rain to photograph three humpbacks frolicking in the storm off Dover Heights on Monday.
It was a pod of whales, not the Prince of Wales, that many Sydneysiders were desperate to see on Friday.
Andrew Darby Energy giant Woodside has been shooting airguns into unique feeding waters for blue whales as part of its seismic testing for gas, despite an expert warning against it.
A humpback whale and her calf were left injured after a collision with a ferry in Sydney Harbour this morning, with a witness saying the animals suddenly popped up in front of the boat.
Australian scientists are using military technology for locating submarines to track rare blue whales hundreds of kilometres away by eavesdropping on their distinctive songs.
An underwater alarm has reduced the number of whales becoming entangled in shark nets off Queensland, the state government says.
Andrew Darby, Hobart Rescuers using new techniques to aid stranded whales remain hopeful they can save them.
Only eight of 24 whales, which beached themselves on Tasmania's west coast early today have survived.
The last 33 pilot whales from a pod of 99 that stranded on Farewell Spit in New Zealand's Golden Bay have had to be shot after washing back onto the beach.
A pod of pilot whales stranded on New Zealand's South Island has been refloated and volunteers are waiting to see if they will head out into deep water.
Naomi Arnold Whale rescue volunteers found 34 dead pilot whales on New Zealand's South Island at first light today.
Volunteers will try to refloat 39 pilot whales on the northern coast of New Zealand's South Island, after 34 died in a mass stranding.
Andrew Darby AS SEA SHEPHERD conservationists claimed their first coup of this summer's whaling conflict off Australia, they made sure to thank their sponsors.