False Killer Whale Webinar
Did you know some false killer whales in Hawai‘i are endangered? Learn about NOAA's efforts to help protect and recover them on December 2, 2021, at 2 p.m.–3 p.m. HST.
False killer whales live throughout the world, but the ones found in the Hawaiian Archipelago are some of the most-studied—and rarest—marine animals.
Learn about this species in general and get to know the main Hawaiian Islands insular false killer whale—an island-associated population that is genetically, behaviorally, ecologically, and culturally unique—and why they are endangered.
This presentation will also introduce activities and resources to support home and classroom explorations, including how to be a community scientist and identify this species, how to report sightings and upload dorsal fin photos, and what you can do to help protect them.
This webinar is hosted by the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA). You must create a free account with NSTA in order to be able to attend.
- Krista Graham, Endangered Species Biologist
- Celeste Hanley, Education and Outreach Specialist