Whales and Dolphins are thriving in Kenyan waters

Following my interview with Dr Gill Braulik of the Wildlife Conservation Society Tanzania Programme, I set out to find out what happens in Kenya as far as scientific monitoring of the migrating whales and dolphins in Kenyan waters is concerned. Dr Braulik with her team of Tanzanian researchers had taken me along on the first ever survey of the cetaceans along Tanzania’s coast line. On … Continue reading Whales and Dolphins are thriving in Kenyan waters

Why you should care about whale poo

At the turn of the century the Cape Whale Coast as it is known today, has played home to abundant enough whale species to justify a lucrative whaling station at Betty”s bay. Today, Southern Right Whales, Humpback Whales and Bryde’s Whales are the only visitors returning to our coasts. The numbers were drastically reduced by 200 years of whaling, when whales were hunted and killed for … Continue reading Why you should care about whale poo