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.

The Journey of the Whales to the Sea Continues

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…

The Journey of the Whales to the Sea Continues

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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