Western Australian Naturalists Club

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Cetaceans and other marine life of Perth and Bremer Canyons

3 May, 7:30 pm-9:30 pm

 Leanne Sharp, Director of  Whale Watch Western Australia (WWWA), will be speaking on Cetaceans and other marine life of Perth and Bremer Canyons

Whale Watchers all over the world are limited to the migration patterns of different whales which only last 3-6 months. WWWA now offer whale watching experiences 12 months of the year sighting some of the rarest whales over a 750 kilometre ocean coverage. Western Australia has not only the largest Humpback migration in the world but guaranteed sightings of the rare Blue Whale, Orca and the endangered Southern Right Whale. Our coastline is also home to Pilot Whales, Sperm Whales, Beaked Whales, Dwarf Minke Whales and Oceanic Dolphin species.

Leanne looks forward to discussing with you the reasons why Western Australia’s coastline is home to so many different species of cetaceans and the important locations along Western Australia that are attracting different cetacean populations to feed, mate and raise their young.

WWWA are a family owned and operated business and love the opportunity to share with you the experiences and stories we have gained over the years during our time with Western Australia’ s Whales.

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3 May
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7:30 pm-9:30 pm
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Venue

“Hew Roberts”
Nedlands Lecture Theatre Clifton St.
Nedlands, WA 6909 Australia
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