An adult pilot whale rolls on it's side, whilst a nenoate swims by looking for it's mother
“Rudie”, an adult male orca stranded in 2004, has been regularly resighted since his rescue. Photo: Mike Cunningham, Northern Advocate
Dr Ingrid Visser cups water over the orca known as Rakey-Cousteau who was rescued after washing up on a stormy beach. Photo: Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society
With Dr Ingrid Visser alongside the Bryde's whale for scale, it can be seen just how large this individual was.
Dr Ingrid Visser calms a young orca who became stranded in the Bay of Islands. Requiring only a little help it was soon swimming with its mother.
Whale Rescue provides logistical and practical expertise and equipment for the rescue of whales and dolphins. We endeavour to be effective communicators and facilitators, maintaining and building relationships and networks while striving to be the leading and most successful cetacean rescue crew in New Zealand.