Blog Posts - Humpback



Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for August 2, 2016

As we hit August the big titles seem to be dwindling but the selection is still deep and strong with catalog. This week it is all about the horror. These are your new releases for August 2, 2016.
by Box Office Buz on Aug 2, 2016

Heading South for Supper

Birds are by no means the only animals to make lengthy annual migrations. While most annual migrations by mammals are of the relatively short-distance kind - moving down the side of a mountain as winter approaches, say - some can be surprisingly impr...
by Synapsida on Jun 5, 2016

Smoked Salmon Dip: Perfect for Any Occasion!

“My life is what a salmon must feel like. They are always going upstream, against the current.” ~ Laura Schlessinger I am guilty, just as everyone else, of forgetting the simple things in life. We all get so wrapped up in work, and kids,...
by A 12 Gauge Girl on May 2, 2016

Best places for whale watching in Sydney

During nice and calm days there are places where it is possible to see whales from the shore in Sydney. Check this map. The post Best places for whale watching in Sydney appeared first on Vi Travel Tips.
by Travel Tips on Oct 19, 2015

Best time for whale watching in Sydney

Read this if you want to know what is the best time of year for whale watching in Sydney and what time of the day is better for whale watching. The post Best time for whale watching in Sydney appeared first on Vi Travel Tips.
by Travel Tips on Oct 1, 2015

Those Fun and Crazy Guys: Humpback Whales

Scientists ponder the motivation behind the songs of the male humpbacks – or, more technically, their hums. Many thought they were typical men, shamelessly wooing the ladies in the open sea with nary a glance at the neighborhood’s mortified barr...
by The Alternative Mainstream on Mar 31, 2015

Pink Sea Slugs Invade Northern California Coast as Ocean Waters Warm

When people visit tidepools in northern California, they aren’t used to seeing a lot of pink. That’s usually reserved for people down south, but something strange has been taking place over the last few weeks. The Hopkins’ rose nudi...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Feb 3, 2015

Humpbacks and humans deserve better

It just gets worse, the deeper you dig.Bad enough that the government’s down-listing of humpback whales was accomplished just in time to make way for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline. Now it appears that the ‘independent scientist’ retain...
by Water Blogged on Jun 4, 2014

Whale watching in Sydney. Best time, places and tour prices

Whale watching Sydney. Best time and places for whale watch in Sydney, Sydney whale watching tour price comparison, humpback whale sightings in Sydney charts, map with places for coastal whale watch in Sydney and Manly Whale watching in Sydney. Best...
by Travel Tips on May 27, 2014

Humpback recovery at risk

By Karen WristenA humpback breaching in Barclay Sound. Photo: Jeff ReynoldsI’ve long wondered why, amid the carnage of the omnibus bills we’ve seen since the current federal government took office, the Species at Risk Act was spared. “No appeti...
by Water Blogged on Apr 24, 2014

Amazing Footage of Mega-Pod Dolphins Stampede, Migrating Grey Whales and New Born humpback Calf

Mega-Pod-Dolphins-Stampede.jpg An amazing video has been shot using a quadcopter drone armed with a camera. The video shows megapod of dolphins off Dana Point to a group of three grey whales off San Clemente and a new humpback calf under the protecti...
by chic ipad on Mar 7, 2014

Whales almost swallowed divers (video)

Two divers have a close call with with humpback whales while diving at Souza Rock off the California coast.
by Amazing Creatures on Jul 23, 2013

Three Miles Final Goes A Hundred Miles Out!

Since Photography isn’t my day job and being an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Student, it was finally time for the first time in a few years to get a Summer Job. Being located in Cape Breton and not really interested in working at a Call Centre...
by Three Miles Final on Jun 27, 2013

Going for a Song

Aquatic mammals can be among the most difficult to study. Animals such as seals, dolphins, and whales spend a lot of their time below the water, or far from the shore, making long-term observation of them relatively difficult even compared with free-...
by Synapsida on May 12, 2013

Whale Watching in St Lucia, South Africa

Humpback whale sightings are virtually guaranteed in St Lucia from June-November. It was one of the best whale watching trips I've ever been on!

Topspeed: Binatang di Laut (berenang)

Topspeed Hewan/Binatang yang Bisa Berenang (di Laut) - note: posting panjang dan berisi gambar - Inilah jika hewan berenang disamakan dengan manusia setinggi 170cm. Top speednya bahkan mengalahkan topspeed kapal. Ya sekali lagi untuk para nakhoda ata...
by kphmph on Dec 29, 2012

Hervey Bay: A Whale of a Time

Awesome. Absolutely incredible. If you asked me to describe in short our whale watching trip in Hervey Bay, this is what I’ve been saying since the moment I got off the boat. My wife and I took a trip up to Hervey Bay to see friends, and see th...
by Wild Eye View on Aug 20, 2012

Photos from the coast: the good, the bad and the hopeful

Unless you've been hiding out under a rock in a cave on the dark side of the moon, humming to yourself really loudly with your fingers in you ears, you've probably picked up on a bit of the recent media frenzy over the proposed Northern Gateway Pipel...
by Water Blogged on Aug 2, 2012

The Sunday Times – Whale Photo by Leigh Diprose Published

      Published in The Sunday Times – Sunday, 29th June 2012 The article written by Emily Moulton on page 31 reads: Power and the glory THIS breathtaking shot of a female humpback having a whale of a time was taken off Albany. Th...
by Leigh Diprose on Jul 28, 2012

Published on the Front Cover of the Great Southern Weekender – Leigh Diprose

Wow! When I got a message from Paul Guest from Albany today I was excited. He told me my photograph had made it to the front cover of the local paper – The Albany Weekender. The Albany Advertiser has a circulation of just over 20,000 homes and...
by Leigh Diprose on Jul 26, 2012


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