Resources for Guides and Educators

This section of the handbook is intended to provide practical resources for whale watching guides and educators.  Watch this space for a series of downloadable fact sheets that guides can print and laminate or display on tablets for use during whale watching tours.  In the meantime, the links below provide a wealth of educational content on whales and dolphins and their habitats.

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Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC -UK) Educational Resources

This site includes power point presentations and other educational resources on whale and dolphin habitats, food chains, litter and pollution.

NOAA's Ocean Exploration and Educational Materials by theme

Includes content on the Arctic, bioluminescence, deep sea canyons etc, with lesson plans, multimedia content (photos and videos), and essays.

National Geographic Ocean Education

Includes classroom activities and resources relate to the Ocean, including units on the history of whaling and blue whales

New Bedford Whaling Museum

This includes information and infographics on current threats to whales

The Smithsonian Ocean site: Find your Blue

Contains a wealth of information on different marine species, ecosystems and processes, including cephalopods, coral, seamounts, climate change, etc.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute ‘SeaGrant’ educational site

Includes lesson plans and educational content including food webs and threats to marine mammals

International Monetary Fund:

Article and infographic explaining 'How much is a whale worth? Whales help prevent climate change'

Observación de Ballenas en Ecuador

A Spanish Language guide to whale watching in Ecuador that includes illustrations and diagrams related to the evolution of whales and dolphins, cetacean anatomy, ecology and behaviour. The guide focuses on humpback whales, but also has great information about a number of other species.

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