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Speed restrictions established to protect Glacier Bay whales

...of 13 knots for vessels traveling in lower Glacier Bay, lower Whidbey Passage, Fingers Bay, Berg Bay and around Willoughby Island will go into effect at 5 a.m. Thursday. At least 23 different humpback whales have been observed feeding in those...
Speed limit cut to save humpbacks

...imaginary line extending from the southern tip of Willoughby Island to the Rush Point buoy; and an imaginary line extending from the northern tip of Willoughby Island west to the mainland shore north of Fingers Bay...
Alaska Digest

...15 to 18 humpback whales, including several cow-and-calf pairs, have been observed between Point Carolus and Willoughby Island. Vessels longer than 18 feet passing through the area also are restricted to a mid-channel course, or one mile...
Alaska State Briefs

...Gustavus and Point Carolus; between the southern tip of Willoughby Island and the northern tip of Netland Island; between the southern tip of Willoughby Island and the northern tip of Boulder Island; between...
Juneau Empire Online Local: State and local briefs 8/26/97

...humpback whales believed to still be in the area around Whidbey Passage, on the park's west side between Drake and Willoughby islands, so the 10-knot limit remains in effect there until further notice. Humpback whales are on the endangered...


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