The long awaited unveiling of the Alaska Whale Foundation’s website has finally occurred! AWF team members (mostly Andy and Adam) have worked tirelessly to get the AWF website up to speed. We’ve been seeing a lot of exciting changes in the organization (like the advent of our interpretive center in Baranof Warm Springs Bay) and wanted to make sure that the online face of AWF was an accurate representation of who we are and what we’re working on.
I encourage all of the Rapunzel Project followers to head over the the website (www.alaskawhalefoundation.org) and have a look around. You’ll be able to hear sound clips of social calls recorded in the field, read the official AWF blog (including posts by OSU grad student Courtney Hann), and see how you can get involved. Go ahead and like them on facebook too 🙂
Being a graduate fellow with AWF has easily been one of the most rewarding experiences of my academic and professional career. The new website is a great reflection of the dynamic organization that AWF has become. I encourage you to check the site often for updates that may not make it to this blog.
More to come from me on the status of Rapunzel Project publications and research.