Whale Sharks of Ningaloo Reef

Welcome to the 2009 Earthwatch Woodside TeachLive

Join our TeachLive Teachers on Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef as they help scientists discover more about the amazing whale shark.

Julie Lindstedt - Warnbro Community High School.

Watch Team Two Teachers Video Blogs here

They will be working with award-winning scientist Brad Norman, photographing whale sharks and adding these images to a database to so this magnificent creature can be tracked around the world.

This website will keep you up to date with your teacher’s adventures in the field. You can check out their daily diaries, see how close they get to the massive whale sharks by viewing their photos in the Gallery and check out your school for your teachers video diary and chat with them, and your mates, via the online forum and add comments on Facebook. You can also follow our daily blog on the whale shark website http://earthwatchwhalesharks09.blogspot.com/.

Earthwatch TeachLive is proudly supported by Woodside as part of their community partnerships program. Woodside is committed to assisting the communities in which they operate to be healthy, inclusive and dynamic. For more information about Woodside Community Partnerships visit http://www.woodside.com.au