Oz Whale Watching Blog

Why are the Whales Endangered?

Why are the Whales Endangered?

Whales are susceptible to entanglement in commercial fishing gear. This can slow whales down, weakening them, and can prohibit them from feeding leading to eventual starvation and death.

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Why do Whales Migrate?

Why do Whales Migrate?

The simplest explanation for whale migration is diet and whale breeding. During the warm months of the year whales migrate to cold waters where the food is, then when the weather becomes colder and the food scarce whales will migrate to warmer water for mating and breeding.

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Sydney Whale Watching Season about to start

Sydney Whale Watching Season about to start

Getting ready for the start of our whale watching Sydney season. The crew are super anxious and cant sleep they are so excited. There have been sightings off the Sydney coastline most of the week, so looking forward to our season. Look forward to seeing the big guys...

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Whale

Whale

The northern migration of Humpback Whales past Sydney starts in autumn, but other cetacean species can be seen from Sydney's shore line through summer. Over the last few weeks there have been numerous sightings of Bottlenose Dolphins but yesterday I was lucky enough...

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Turtle

Turtle

Here is the latest update from Ecotourism Australia's web page on our turtle "Jude". Looks like she is coming along very nicely. Oz Whale Watching's Sponsor Turtle making great progress. Advanced Ecotourism certified Operator Oz Whale Watching, based in Sydney...

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THE MUST DO HARBOUR CRUISE EXPERIENCE THIS SUMMER!!!