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the Kimberley, researching of humpback whales …

If you’ve never been to the Kimberley in Western Australia before, this documentary on Sunday on the National Geographic channel, will whet your appetite. Thousands of humpback whales arrive at this time each year to calve, with the area from … Continue reading

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searching for the truth …

Looks as though 38% of search terms used that came here yesterday, funnily, had 2 common words, ‘brothel’ and ‘Albanese’, a lot were new readers, so I welcome them, have a look around. This is not your usual Political or … Continue reading

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whale research at JPP almost nil …

The same type of problem in Exmouth Gulf will be faced at James Price Point. Space for whales in this calving, resting area is at a premium and any disturbance such as a giant Gas Hub will totally disrupt their … Continue reading

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Walmadany … James Price Point

Just have to share this photo from a friend, of the red pindan cliffs at James Price Point that Broome locals are trying to keep Woodside from bulldozing for a massive industrial port and refinery. Jules Rau‘s photo.   Like … Continue reading

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visiting whales … and the “Steve Irwin”

Most traditional elders who voted for the gas hub to proceed are not from Walmadan. It would be like Goolarabooloo voting to the selling off of Kooljaman Resort at Cape Leveque, or Gantheaume Point, Broome. 100% of the Goolarabooloo mob … Continue reading

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counting whales … counting on whales

Red Broome shared Sea Shepherd Australia‘s photo. The Steve Irwin is today again at Walmadan, James Price Point, to show the world what’s going to be lost if the Woodside Gas Hub development goes ahead. This is the largest Humpback … Continue reading

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WA Taxpayer funding Woodside follies … and profits go overseas

Woodside ‘will burden West Australian taxpayers’ http://www.theaustralian.com.au link. THE development of Woodside’s $30 billion gas hub at James Price Point would be a burden on West Australian taxpayers and deliver few local jobs or wider benefits to the Kimberley region … Continue reading

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whaling near Broome … with cameras

Sea Shepherd Australia‘s album: Day two of Operation Kimberley Miinimbi. Day two of Operation Kimberley Miinimbi On the second day of Operation Kimberley Miinimbi, the crew of the Steve Irwin and its guests spotted over 120 whales along the coastline … Continue reading

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Underwater Garden …

The seas off James Price Point contain an amazing array of flora and fauna. My first attention to it in my fishing days was to look at the boat’s echo sounder in amazement. You can tell without diving that the … Continue reading

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Woodside’s research fraud…Environment Minister complicit too?

The Wilderness Society — Kimberley humpback whales: our international …Nationally and Internationally Significant The calving grounds of the Kimberley Humpback whales are important nationally and internationally and deserve real protection.  Researchers are only just beginning to understand the size and … Continue reading

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