Ten Resources About Whales We Love!

Are you researching for a school project on whales and need to know more about conservation or general facts about their diet and habitat? The internet can be a little overwhelming and it can be hard to find accurate information! We’ve put together our top 10 resources about whales.

1. Brisbane Whale Watching

The Brisbane Whale Watching is full of blog articles about what makes whales smart, why they are fat and why they breach. Head to Brisbane Whale Watching to find out lots of interesting facts about whales as well as see them in action at sea!

2. National Geographic

National Geographic is a reputable website and has lots of information about all types of whales. It’s written in a nice, clear way that’s easy to understand for children.

3. Enchanted Learning

Enchanted Learning is a great website for kids about whales. It includes lots of answers to questions about whales as well as a whale glossary, whale information sheets and whale activities.

4. DLTK’s Crafts for Kids

DLTK’s Crafts for Kids has a great page about whales with lots of photos, colouring in sheets and craft ideas.

5. Kid Cyber

Kid Cyber is an Australian information website just for kids. It has lots of information about whales, especially the humpback whale and it includes videos too.

6. Australian Museum

The Australian Museum website contains really detailed information about whales. It’s a great site to research your school project on whales.

7. Greenpeace

The Greenpeace website has some great information and articles related to conservation and whales being threatened.

8. Australian Government: Department of the Environment

The Department of the Environment site is great for some really detailed information about whales and where and when they appear in certain parts of Australia, as well as what Australia is doing to protect whales.

9. Australian Marine Conservation Society

The Australian Marine Conservation Society has some good information about whales and gives you the chance to learn, act and donate to the conservation of whales.

10. Cool Australia

Cool Australia is a great teacher’s and student’s toolbox full of fast facts about whales and the environment in general. It’s very easy to navigate.

We hope you have a fabulous time researching everything you need for your school project on whales! Want to see them in action? Why not go on a whale watching tour with your family or class? Find out more here.

Kerry Lopez

Captain of the Eye Spy
26 August 2015