CCS Aerial Survey Sights Blue Whale Off Truro, MA

CCS Aerial Survey Sights Blue Whale Off Truro, MA

On Wednesday, May 5, a blue whale was sighted just 13 nautical miles east of Truro by the Center for Coastal Studies Right Whale Aerial Surveillance team. Blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) are the largest animal ever known to have lived, growing up to 100 ft in...
Virtual Actual Earth Day Cleanup

Virtual Actual Earth Day Cleanup

On one of the coldest Earth Days we can remember, during a bizarre pandemic requiring drastic changes in our daily lives, more than 60 hardy souls ventured out into the world to participate in the First Annual Virtual Actual Earth Day Cleanup, sponsored by the Center...
An Update from Rich Delaney, CCS President and CEO

An Update from Rich Delaney, CCS President and CEO

Dear Friends, I hope this note finds you well. During these trying times the Center for Coastal Studies is working hard to limit costs and conserve resources while maintaining the Right Whale Emergency Initiative and other essential research, rescue and education...
A Message from Rich Delaney, CCS President & CEO

A Message from Rich Delaney, CCS President & CEO

Dear Friends, Like everyone affected by the COVID-19 crisis, we are regrouping and trying to make the best of the situation. I want to assure you that the Center for Coastal Studies continues to pursue its mission to protect and conserve the world’s oceans and marine...