Helping to save the remaining 503 North Atlantic right whales from extinction.
2014 Florida Volunteer Updates
As the North Atlantic right whales migrate to the South Georgia/Northern Florida coast each winter volunteers help watch for and capture critical details related to this endangered species. This information helps scientists track the fate of the species and acts as a first alert system to pilots in the shipping lanes to avoid accidental killings. This blog shares the findings, photos and other pertinent information gathered from the Palm Coast Sector Volunteer Team while helping to connect and communicate the many ways we can protect the right whales and sustain our wonderful ocean life.
Patience is certainly a virtue. Especially for those out watching and awaiting the Right Whales to enter our waters. In the meantime, I thought I would re-post the video I captured just over a year ago (January 12, 2011) when we had a number of whales having fun in the waters right off the shores of our condos in Hammock Dunes. Enjoy!
Or here's the link to the video if you'd like to watch it on You Tube.