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  • Bruce Potter at IRF
    These might be useful resources in the many islands of the Caribbean where whale watching is a growing tourist draw.
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      These might be useful resources in the many islands of the Caribbean where whale watching is a growing tourist draw.


      From: Mike Shelby - NOAA Federal <mike.shelby@...>
      Subject: [SCUTTLEBUTT:9426] NOAA Ocean Today (2 New Videos): Whale SENSE and Watch Out for Spouts
      Date: November 21, 2012 11:37:17 AM EST

      Ocean Today Nov
2012

      NOAA Ocean Today continues to bring you videos that cover a wide variety of topics written in manner understandable to students and adults. Our first new video, 'Whale SENSE', discusses whale watching and ensuring the safety of the viewing public and these majestic creatures.  The second, 'Watch out for Spouts', tells what you need to know to respect the space around whales and keep them safe in their home.  Links to these videos and short twitter-ready blurbs follow:

      Watch Out for Spouts
      Do you know what to do if you encounter a whale when you are on the water? Watch this video and find out.
       
      Whale SENSE
      Learn about the Whale SENSE program and safety guidelines and recommendations for whale watching tour operators.

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      -Mike

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      Mike Shelby
      NOAA's National Ocean Service
      Communications and Education Division
      1305 East-West Highway, N/MB6
      SSMC4, Suite 9623
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      Email: Mike.Shelby@...
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      (The contents of this message are mine personally and
      do not necessarily reflect any position of the Government
      or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.)




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