The Whales of Alaska’s Inside Passage

Once a whale hunting ground, Southeast Alaska is now a giant laboratory for researchers as they seek to learn more about one of Alaska’s most treasured yet fragile resources. The Whales of Alaska’s Inside Passage joins humpback and killer whale researchers in the field and provides a rare glimpse into the lives of these now beloved cetaceans. Learn why Southeast Alaska is a critical habitat for the endangered humpback whale, and how two very different races of killer whales coexist in these beautiful and protected waters between British Columbia to Glacier Bay.