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The HomeWork Show goes on location to discover whale watching ... and the many people that visit the whales every year on their northern return to the north pole areas.
Special guest Sue Rocca from WDCS from the 'Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.
Listeners we are so lucky to talk to this special guest Sue Rocca Whale and Dolphin biologist.
This is a lot of fun. Join us on Thursday evening March 22 at 7 pm west coast time. Be sure to email your questions during the show ... email@example.com
See you then.
Anne will share with you wisdom from the whales and dolphins that you can easily apply to your hectic daily life. She will teach you about how to live in complete transparency and integrity as the dolphins do with each other and how to forgive others who have hurt you as the whales forgive and love the human race for hunting them and poisoning the oceans.
Anne Graduated Dolphin Heart World where she learned to incorporate Dolphin Living Skills into her human life. Skills such as living in Joy, Play, Love, Community and complete Transparency. She is a certified practitioner of Dolphin Energy Healing. A deeply respectful form of energetic healing, that taps into the documented healing powers of the dolphins and sends it to her clients. www.DolphinHealing.net
Anne now lives in Panama and is married to an Emberá Indian man, Otniel Barrigón, whose family still lives in traditional villages in the jungle. She conducts day and overnight tours to the Emberá Indian village to meet her Emberá family. www.EmberaVillageTours.com
Anne opened the first whale watching company in the country of Panama, Whale Watching Panama, where during the months of July-October there are more than 2,000 Humpback whales in the area. She is dedicated to promoting responsible whale and dolphin watching. She also offers spiritual 5 day Whale and Dolphin Wisdom Retreats. www.WhaleWatchingPanama.com
This Weeks show is an Interview with Cameron Slater, award winning blogger from Whale Oil Beef Hooked, and keen hunter! Tune in to find out his thoughts on our sport, his scouting background and some of his hunting stories
The public know Cameron Slater as Outspoken and controversial, this show gives you a chance to get to know Cameron on another level, find out why he is so passionate about the outdoors and hunting in general.
Join us on Friday night at 11pm EST for a conversation about whaling, the environmental group Sea Shepherd, and whale conservation, with cinematographer and Wakayama University scholar Simon Wearne. Mr. Wearne, who filmed the first season of the acclaimed Whale Wars program, is now a scholar studying traditional Japanese whaling. We will ask Mr. Wearne about his journey from Sea Shepherd to Wakayama University, and how he walks the line between activists who want to protect whales from being hunted, and those who wish to preserve Japan's ancient whaling heritage.
Sankei Shimbun, Japan: 'Japan Should Continue Whaling'
Sankei Shimbun, Japan: Whaling Advocate Wants Obama Served Whale Meat
Blogos, Japan: 'Research' Whaling: It's Time for Us Japanese to Move On
Nishinippon Shimbun, Japan: Whale Hunting Protects Marine Life - and Japanese Culture
The Age, Australia: Sea Shepherd 'Vindicated' after International Court Upholds Japan Whaling Ban
Mainichi Shimbun: U.N. Court's Ruling Worries Japan's Whalers
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