Crew ‘Sightings’

Russo on the Road - Gotham Whale FUNdraiser

We’re whaley thankful for everyone who showed their support for Gotham Whale at our FUNdraiser with Dave Russo - Comic/Actor, Paul Gilligan, Dave Twohig, & more at Pearl Street Station.

Explorer's Club - Heart of the Sargasso Sea

Gotham Whale Crew ‘Sighting’ at the The Explorers Club’s ‘Heart of the Sargasso Sea: Bermuda’s Marine Conservation’ event with The Atlantic Conservation Partnership last week. We loved learning about the Bermuda Whale Song Project, conservation through high seas governance, sharks, sea turtles, and more!
Our Founder, Paul Sieswerda (right) and Director of Advocacy, Sarah Hudson (left) attended with Paul’s son PJ who took this photo.

 Wild Bird Fund Presents the "The Whales of New York City" by Gotham Whale

The waters of New York now are a feeding ground for seals, dolphins, and whales. Come learn about them from our friends at Gotham Whale, a source of education, advocacy, and science for the inhabitants of New York, terrestrial and marine.

Representing GW: Paul Sieswerda

Spring 2022 Molloy College Earth Day Symposium: The Long Island Eco-Summit

An Open Fact-Based Forum on Long Island’s Environmental Issues. An important collection of observations by practicing scientists and authoritative conservationists on Long Island’s Ecological Resiliency from the tip of Brooklyn to the tip of Montauk.

Representing GW: Paul Sieswerda

Advocacy Update: We swam over to Washington, DC!

Gotham Whale just got back from Capitol Hill! In order to make the right policy decisions, legislators rely on experts and peer-reviewed research, in addition to what matters to their constituents. Gotham Whale teams up with local and national organizations to protect the marine mammals we study when they’re in our research area and throughout their migration.

Representing GW: Sarah Ryan Hudson, Esq.

Gotham Whale’s Commitment to Education

Gotham Whale was spotted again in Long Island at Hofstra University during the week of July 8, participating in the Annual Conference of the National Marine Educators Association (NMEA), hosted by the NYS Marine Educators Chapter (NYSMEA).

Representing GW: Dr. Merryl Kafka, Alexander Mildener, Dr. Joy Reidenberg

Wildlife Spotted! Marine Life Coming Back and Moving North

Improvements in water quality, habitat restoration, and land conservation are bringing back whales, seals, fish, and other wildlife to the New York-New Jersey Harbor Estuary.

Representing GW: Sarah Ryan Hudson, Esq.