Who We Are

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The Wild Whale Research Foundation was created in 1990, with a three-part mission: to conduct scientific RESEARCH on marine mammals, to provide EDUCATION to the public and to further CONSERVATION of these creatures and the oceans where they live.

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Collaboration with Other Non-Profits

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In an effort to increase our impact on improving the future of marine mammals worldwide, the Wild Whale Research Foundation has combined efforts with a number of other non-profit organizations with similar missions. The WWRF has consistently devoted resources to one such organization in particular, Cascadia Research Collective.

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Collaboration with NOAA Fisheries

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NOAA Fisheries Service, with its mission of “stewardship of living marine resources,” shares countless goals with the Wild Whale Research Foundation. The WWRF has worked to increase the depth of knowledge of marine mammals by partnering with NOAA Fisheries Service on numerous projects, through several of their Science Centers.

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Support of Graduate Students

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As part of our mission to EDUCATE, the Wild Whale Research Foundation works with graduate students focusing on the study of marine mammals. The WWRF has been supporting research at two universities by providing photos for long-term studies:

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