The Marine Resources Council's Right Whale Monitoring Program was established in 1995 to reduce human impacts to the endangered North Atlantic right whale. Citizens on the east coast of Florida report land‑based sightings of right whales to our hotline (1‑888‑97‑WHALE). This information is passed on to local ship traffic to avoid ship strikes, which account for over one‑third of documented right whale deaths in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Not Getting our Emails?

We've heard a lot of people may not be getting their whale emails!  If you used to get emails and don't anymore, or if you'd like to be added to the distribution list, please send the request to whales@mrcirl.org and we'll look into it for you.  Please let us know if you're new to the list or if you'd like us to check your current status.  If you're local to Florida, send us the city you live in as well.  We may send more customized/local information out separately from mass emails.  Also, please check your spam filters and junk mail folders.  Make sure your email program allows emails from whales@mrcirl.org and council@mrcirl.org.  In the summer of 2012, the email address for the whale program changed and that may be why you don't receive our current emails.



Thank you!  We're trying our best to make sure you all get the news!