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Another Three Gray Whales are Found Dead, Bringing the Total in Alaska to Ten

NOAA Fisheries Alaska Region has received reports of three additional dead gray whales, bringing the number of gray whale mortalities in Alaska to ten.
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
A dead gray whale found near Wrangell, Alaska. Taken 6/17/2019. Credit: Ceona Koch

Young Gray Whale Found Dead at Clam Gulch in Alaska

NOAA Fisheries confirms fourth dead gray whale in Alaska
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
Dead gray whale at Clam Gulch, on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. Photo: Tim Clark, May 25, 2019

Dead Gray Whale Found on Kodiak Island, Alaska's Third

NOAA Fisheries is closely tracking increase in gray whale strandings along the West Coast
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
Dead gray whale on Kodiak Island. Photo courtesy Kris Luckenbach, May 21, 2019

Another Dead Gray Whale Discovered in Alaska, This Time Near Cordova

Partial Necropsy performed with help from U.S. Coast Guard
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
3000x2000 USCG aerial necropsy.jpg Aerial photo of necropsy team examining gray whale.

NOAA Reports Second Dead Large Whale in Turnagain Arm

For Safety Reasons, NOAA Cautions Against Public Approaching Whale by Land or Water
May 15, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Photo courtesy of Hunter Keffalos NOAA Fisheries is monitoring the location of a dead gray whale in Turnagain Arm

Alaska Whale Alert Smartphone App

Whale Alert is a free smartphone application for fishermen, recreational boaters, industry partners and volunteer networks to share real-time whale sightings.
February 27, 2019 - Mobile App ,
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Formal Rulemaking on Proposed MMPA Waiver and Hunt Regulations Governing Gray Whale Hunts by the Makah Tribe

On April 5, 2019, we published a proposed rule to issue a waiver of the MMPA take moratorium, a critical step in an agency decision about whether to authorize the Makah Indian Tribe to resume limited treaty-based hunting of eastern North Pacific (ENP)
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09/23/2019

Changes in the Acoustic Behavior of Gray Whales Eschrichtius Robustus in Response to Noise

Gray whales Eschrichtius robustus, while engaged in underwater signaling, circumvented noise in their environment by altering the structure and timing of their calls. Acoustic responses of whales to both naturally occurring and artificially increased
July 11, 2018 - Other Reports ,

Gray Whale Research in Alaska

The Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s Marine Mammal Laboratory conducts research to manage and conserve gray whale populations in Alaska. 
A Gray whale breaching the water.

Large Whale Entanglements

Please call the NOAA Fisheries statewide 24-hour stranding hotline at (877) 925-7773 if you see injured, entangled, or dead whales in the water or on the beach.