The Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study (GABRWS) is committed to researching the endangered and migratory southern right whale species for conservation management. Their research includes population biology, photo identification and underwater acoustics at Head of Bight and Fowlers Bay in the Great Australian Bight, South Australia.
Southern Right Whale – Eubalaena australis numbers are on the increase with the long-term population monitoring study through Curtin University recording over 200 whales in the Great Australian Bight, South Australia during the 2017 year’s calving season.
The South Australian Museum has been committed to making Australia’s natural and cultural heritage accessible, engaging and fun for over 150 years. The Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia holding collections of national and international significance. It is a leader in remote and regional community engagement and Australian Aboriginal heritage and scientific research.
The Encounter Bay Right Whale Study (EBRWS) is a citizen science program designed to address research priorities that will inform conservation management and protection of the local southern right whales (SRW).