Northern Right Whale THE Northern Right Whale is the most endangered of all the world's whale species.
What does NRW stand for?
NRW stands for Northern Right Whale
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We have 32 other meanings of NRW in our Acronym Attic
- New River Valley Senior Services (Virginia)
- Narodni Registr Vrozenych Vad (Czech: National Register of Congenital Abnormalities)
- National Rail Vikas Yojana (India)
- Natural Resources Workshop (various locations)
- Nicholl, Ross, and West (TV production team)
- Nicolson-Ross-Weir (measurement technique)
- Non-Revenue Water
- Nonradioactive Waste
- Nordrhein-Westfalen (German: North Rhine-Westphalia)
- North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)
- Nashua River Watershed Association (New Hampshire)
- National Resume Writers' Association (est. 1997)
- National Rural Water Association
- Nebraska Rural Water Association
- Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften
- National Replacement Window Advisory Service (York, England, UK)
- Naval Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron
- National Register of Warranted Builders (Federation of Master Builders; UK)
- Northern Region Water Board (Malawi)
- National Right to Work Committee (Springfield, VA; est. 1955)
Samples in periodicals archive:
If you dive or fish in New England, you know some of its natives: our sacred cod, the fierce-looking Atlantic wolffish, the endearing grey seals and the greatly endangered Northern right whales.
The rope traditionally used by Maine lobstermen, known as float-rope, is the rope used for every lobster rope doormat, and was banned for Maine fishermen back in April 2009 over concerns it was ensnaring the Northern Right Whale, causing injury or death.
1996) also refer to a highly improbable occurrence of the northern right whale Eubalaena glacialis in the Azores.
New heights (and depths) for D-tag That first caffeine-powered field season in 1999--working with northern right whales in the Bay of Fundy with the International Fund for Animal Welfare--was just the start.
But the Northern Right Whale, last seen over 20 years ago, is believed to be extinct.
By contrast, the northern right whales that migrate seasonally along the cast coast of North America still number only about 300.
WWF has been providing support for Northern right whale conservation work for the last couple of years.