There are 409 North Atlantic Right Whales Left in the World
Started in 1986 as a collaborative data sharing group, the North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium (NARWC) has grown to include more than 200 individuals from various research and conservation organizations, shipping and fishing industries, technical experts, U.S. and Canadian government agencies, and state and provincial authorities, all of whom are dedicated to the conservation and recovery of the North Atlantic right whale. The Consortium is internationally recognized and has been identified as a model for establishing other species-related consortia.
The Partners of the North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium include many groups who share a common interest - research and using the results of that research to formulate science-based conservation measures to protect the North Atlantic right whale. Learn more about the organizations working to save the right whale by clicking on the names below.