In the News
Winter 2005, BCAA's Westworld Magazine, "Zooma to Conuma"
August 25th, 2004, North Island Gazette, "Sea Fest Sizzles and Drizzles"
June 9th, 2004, North Island Gazette, "Spot Reserved for Arnie's Bones" (regarding gray whale skeleton)
May 29th, 2004, North Island Weekender, "Gray whale dies off Campbell River pier"
August 23rd, 2003, North Island Weekender, "Whale of a Find"
August 21st, 2003, Vancouver Sun, "Dead whale excites scientists"
August 21st, 2003, Times Colonist, "Remains of suspected rare pygmy whale found"
August 21st, 2003, Globe and Mail, "Mysterious Whale Carcass Found"
August 19th, 2003, Aquanews, Possible New Whale in BC
August 2003, AVRO television, part of filming of segment "Dier en Natuur", aired August 16th, 2003
July / August 2003, Boating and Watersport Express, "The Bones Collector"
July 2003, German Film Crew, Volvox Tours
Bi-weekly report through the Marine Science Centre's AquaNews from the Whale Interpretive Centre as of June 29th, 2003
July 9th, 2003, North Island Gazette, mention of donation to WIC
July 3rd, 2003, Aquanews, Fin whale update
July 2nd, 2003, CBC radio interview "On the Island"
July 2003, Business Examiner, "Whale Interpretive Center attracting visitors"
July 2003, Attention of CHTV, BCTV, Times Columnist, North Island Gazette as result of the return of Springer, A73
June 25th, 2002, North Island Gazette, "They don't come much bigger than this" and "Fin whale sighting 'remarkable' reminder"
June 22nd, 2003 Times Colonist, "Bones tell tales", full page
June 19,2003, "The New VI" tv, interview with Mary Borrowman
Summer, 2003, British Columbia Magazine, "Borrowman's Bones", 4 pages of wonderful exposure and comedy by Bruce Obee
June 17,2003, CBC radio coverage of Whale Interpretive Centre in reference to announcing Van Isle 360 coming into Telegraph Cove
October 9th, 2002, North Island Gazette, "Bones Project educates and entertains"
October 2002, Malaspina University-College newspaper, "Biology . . . what about 'dem bones?'"
September 2002, Japanese national education station, NHK, in their filming of "Super Teacher - Dr. John Ford" (the Centre served as the site for 6 local students to be educated about marine mammal biology by Dr. Ford)
August 14th, 2002, North Island Gazette, "Killer Whale Interpretive Centre"
August 2002, Port McNeill Town Log, "Looking for a bone-a-fide good time"
July 10, 2002, North Island Gazette, front page picture and "Bones Project new attraction for Telegraph Cove"
July 2002, setting for interviews during the relocation of the orphaned killer whale, A73