It was a highly successful field season. We surveyed over 1400 miles, saw over 250 whales, and collected photo-identifications of around 80 individuals! We also collected song recordings, skin samples to be used for genetic analysis (from sloughed skin of active whales) and took literally thousands of photographs.
We would like to thank The Moore Foundation, the Islas Secas and several anonymous donors for their support of our research. And thanks to everyone who read the blog! We hope to be back next year!