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Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail to Save the Whales

When people think of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) their minds don’t readily jump to concerns about whales migrating along the Pacific Coast. Well,...

US Commends Costa Rica and others for protecting marine ecosystems

The United States on Tuesday praised "the commitment" of Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador to protect marine ecosystems, in a tweet from the...

In Costa Rica – it’s not always about the fish: An angler’s aside

Humpback and killer whales, sea turtles and a myriad of plant life also await fishermen in Costa Rica.

Whale Watching in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a diverse country of such exceptional wildlife and exotic landscapes where the beauty extends deep out into its waters. Marine life...

Beachgoers surprised by whales in Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Beachgoers at Playa Guiones in Nosara, Guanacaste received an unexpected surprise Monday as two large whales breached not far offshore. 

Watching Humpback Whales in Costa Rica

Humpback whales have gentle, playful and also gallant warrior characteristics which make them well loved creatures. They might be thrashing on each other in...

Tico Times 360: Whale watching tour in Marino Ballena National Park

Check out our 360 video of a whale watching tour in Marino Ballena National Park.

PHOTOS: Chasing Moby at Uvita’s Whale and Dolphin Festival

September is probably the best month to see majestic humpback whales with their babies in the shallow waters of Bahía Ballena off the Pacific coast town of Uvita.

Whales under threat as climate change impacts migration

Biologists saw humpback whales that usually migrate from Antarctica to the equator to calve are now also continuing north beyond the equator, as far as Costa Rica -- a behavior never seen before. The increasingly long journeys, a result of climate change, are taking a toll on the animals' health, scientists say.

Hundreds of whales found dead in Chile

More than 300 whales have been found washed up in a remote inlet in Patagonia in southern Chile in one of the largest die-offs on record, researchers said Tuesday.

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