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Cook Inlet Beluga Coastal Education Panel

Digital version of educational panels developed by the Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Recovery Implementation Task Force and installed at public access points along the shores of Cook Inlet.
May 24, 2022 -

2022 Eastern Bering Sea Beluga Whale Aerial Abundance Survey

The overall research objective is to obtain an abundance estimate for the population of the Eastern Bering Sea stock of beluga whales.
May 10, 2022 -

Endangered Beluga Whales in Cook Inlet Rivers and Streams

By following these guidelines, you can promote beluga recovery and prevent their displacement from this critical habitat.
August 12, 2021 -
Cook Inlet beluga whale safety sign - smaller

Help Belugas

Members of the public are integral to helping NOAA Fisheries and our partners study and conserve Cook Inlet belugas.

Cook Inlet Belugas: A Population in Decline

The 10-year (2008-2018) Cook Inlet beluga whale population trend is declining 2.3% per year. The public is encouraged to report all beluga sightings to provide scientists with clues to help solve the mystery of their lack of recovery.
June 09, 2021 -
Poster on the decline of Cook Inlet beluga whale population

Fishermen: Do Not Shoot Seals and Sea Lions Video

Don't harm your fishery for all. Shooting seals and sea lions is against the law unless you are an Alaska Native subsistence harvesting for food or handicraft.
November 18, 2020 -
do not shoot seals and sea lions sign

Fishermen: Do Not Shoot Seals and Sea Lions

Don't harm your fishery for all. Shooting seals and sea lions is against the law unless you are an Alaska Native subsistence harvesting for food or handicraft.