Monica Medina

Director of the Pew Whale Conservation Project

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Monica Medina on KCRW

Two humpback whales are still circling in the shipping channel west of Sacramento.

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More than two-thousand whales were killed last year by commercial and scientific interests - the most since 1986.  Next week in Anchorage, the  International Whaling Commission  is…

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