The Freshwater Whale Watching Society [FWWS] is committed to gathering and posting sightings of whales in Lake Superior. The anecdotal information is critical to research on freshwater whale migration and is used to assist the United States and Canadian Coast Guard with their commercial shipping and pleasure boating information efforts. We are dependent on your sightings, so send them in!


What's New?

This website! For years we've been posting sightings of these majestic mammals on NorthShoreVisitor.com. Now we have a dedicated site. To celebrate, we are offering the first ever FWWS Lake Superior Chapter t-shirts. We've got short- and long-sleeved in standard crew neck and ladies cut with the logo on the chest and our "Have you seen them?" whale on the back. Check it out [make this a hyper-link to SHOP]. and put in your order.

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The Freshwater Whale Watching Society is a loosely organized group of people interested in freshwater whale migration, sightings, and amusing them selves. Therefore do not take any of this too seriously [see Are there really whales out there?]. 

The FWWS Lake Superior Chapter welcomes sighting reports and suggestions and we highly recommend you buy the first edition t-shirts.


Freshwater Whale Watching Society
181 Fall River Rd, Grand Marais, MN 55604
ISawOne@FreshwaterWhales.com