Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

right whales

Image Gallery

View images of juvenile and adult North Atlantic right whales, and learn more about this critically endangered species and current research and conservation efforts.



North Atlantic Right Whale: A Photo Set on Flickr

FWC researchers participate in conservation efforts such as responding to strandings and entanglements, reducing vessel-whale collisions, and conducting aerial surveys to evaluate right whale populations and winter presence.

2011-2012 Right Whale Calving Season: A Photo Set on Flickr

View a collection of photographs from the 2011-2012 North Atlantic right whale calving season.

2012-2013 Right Whale Calving Season: A Photo Set on Flickr

View a collection of photographs from the 2012-2013 North Atlantic right whale calving season.

2013-2014 Right Whale Calving Season: A Photo Set on Flickr

View a collection of photographs from the 2012-2013 North Atlantic right whale calving season.

2014-2015 Right Whale Calving Season: A photo Set on Flickr

View a collection of photographs from the 2014-2015 North Atlantic Right Whale calving season.



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American eels are catadromous, which means they live in fresh water but go to the sea to spawn.

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