Building a Corridor of Consciousness
North Atlantic right whale calving season is upon us and Whale Week is back for another jam-packed schedule of events on November 13-18, 2022!
“Building a Corridor of Consciousness” to protect and honor North Atlantic right whales and oceans.
Every year, December marks the season for North Atlantic Right Whales to come home to Georgia’s waters to calve their newborns. Researchers estimate that there are less than 350 whales left, making them one of the most endangered large marine mammals on the planet. Join us for a multi-organization and multi-day schedule of events focused on building awareness of North Atlanta right whales through the arts, sciences, and cultural projects!
How to Attend
About Whale Week
Whale Week brings scientific, cultural, and historical education events to the Georgia area connecting locals with their inner ocean steward.
Thank you to the City of Savannah Cultural Affairs Commission (CAC) Weave a Dream Program, Oceana, National Business Coalition for the Oceans, Susie King Taylor Women’s Institute and Ecology Center, Nuclear Watch South , from SANKOFA African American Preservation Committee, and Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor for sponsoring Whale Week!