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A North Atlantic right whale with five dolphins around the head in Stellwagen Bank Nationa

The 'Right' Thing to Do in 2022!

Saving the North Atlantic Right Whale

With less than 360 North Atlantic Right Whales left they are at extreme danger of becoming extinct! Support Ropeless Fishing Gear to help stop accidental entanglements. Always stay at least 500 feet away! Call the NOAA Hotline (800) 853-1964 to report any Right Whale Violations. Support the SAVE Right Whales Act!

50% of proceeds from Right Whale Art will be donated to Right Whale Conservation in 2022.

Free North Atlantic Right Whale Guide For Kids

Filled with North Atlantic Right Whale facts, fun activities, and ways children can get involved in helping Right Whales! Perfect for families, schools and conservation organizations to share!

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North Atlantic Right whales are some of one of the most endangered whales in the world. These slow swimming baleen whales almost went extinct when whalers targeting them for their oil. Now, two of the biggest threats are entanglement in fishing gear and boat strikes. Scientists believe North Atlantic Right Whales may be extinct within the next 20 years!  

NOAA Fisheries now requires all vessels to stay 500 yards away from Right Whales (roughly the length of five football fields).  The Center of Coastal Studies in Provincetown, Massachusetts provides aerial surveys of the ocean to warn boaters when Right Whales are in the area. They also provide whale watching tours from land, where the public can view these beautiful animals without disturbing their habitat.

If you see any vessel approaching a Right Whale, please call the NOAA Fisheries Enforcement Hotline at (800) 853-1964. You can also visit the Center for Coastal Studies for more information on their Right Whale Emergency Initiative.

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