Terri Irwin Signs Whale Research Project at OSU

June 25th, 2008

Big news happened at Oregon State University today, and I wanted to get something about this posted as soon early as possible. Terri Irwin, whose efforts with Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, daughter Bindi, and son Bobby, signed an agreement with the Marine Mammal Institute at Oregon State University to fund two humpback whale research projects. James, Blake, Dan and I were in attendance at the press conference and Dan was able to snap this photo from the event:

In the video below you’ll hear Terri talk about how the agreement furthers the efforts for conservation and how it helps support the work of the OSU institute to gather critical data on endangered and threatened marine mammal species.

I also got some footage of Terri, Bindi, and Bobby after the event.

James will have more complete coverage posted soon.


6 responses to “Terri Irwin Signs Whale Research Project at OSU”

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  3. Dr. Barry Eppley says:

    Very exciting information for OSU! Congrats on the funding.

  4. Drs. T Camping says:

    Congratulations for you! I am for sure the two humpback whale research projects’ll be a success. Waiting for more coverage…

  5. Larry Lim says:

    Congratulations to the funding of the humpback whales research projects.

    I’m sure this will go a long way in supporting OSU’s work on endangered marine mammal species, and further the conservation efforts.

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