Whale Watching on Land
Suzan Bellincampi
Dr. John Patrick worked to set the identification of a whale skull bone in motion.
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Right Whales Return to Feed; Old Breeding Female Is Entangled
Sara Brown

Rescuers have been working to free an entangled female North Atlantic right whale, one of the many that have made their seasonal arrival in waters south of the Vineyard and in Cape Cod Bay to feed.

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Future for Right Whales Grows Even More Bleak
Sara Brown
After a year of rising concern about North Atlantic right whales, scientists have yet to document a single newborn whale during calving season.
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Fishing Gear Deaths Tell Grave Tale for Right Whales
Sara Brown

About 25 North Atlantic right whales gathered south of the Vineyard last week, marking an early-season sighting.

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Right Whales Take Center Stage at Tuesdays in the Newsroom Talk
Dr. Mark Baumgartner will be the featured speaker for Plight of the Right Whale, an upcoming Tuesdays in the Newsroom talk held at the Gazette office on Tuesday, Jan. 23.
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Right Whale Population on the Brink of Extinction
Sara Brown

A decomposed whale that washed up on Chappaquiddick last month has been identified as a North Atlantic right whale, adding to the death toll.

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Right Whale Found Off Nashawena Adds to Death Toll
Jane Seagrave

A decomposing North Atlantic right whale was found this week on Nashawena island northwest of Martha’s Vineyard, fisheries experts confirmed.

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Formal Investigation Begins Into Deaths Among Right Whales
Sara Brown

The deaths of 13 North Atlantic right whales in the United States and Canada this year is being considered an unusual mortality event, triggering an investigation into the cause.

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Right Whale Likely Died After Fishing Gear Entanglement
Chloe Reichel

A decomposing North Atlantic right whale carcass recovered from the Edgartown Great Pond Tuesday morning likely died from entanglement with fishing gear, scientists said.

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Study Aims to Protect Right Whales South of the Vineyard
Alex Elvin

With three wind farms planned for south of Martha's Vineyard, the New England Aquarium has launched a yearlong study of the effects on right whales.

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