Oskar founded the White Whale Research Centre as a way of coordinating information from the general public, universities, research centres and the media. During ‘whale season’ when Migaloo is frequently sighted along the east coast of Australia, Oskar donates countless hours keeping in touch with various groups so everyone can stay up to date with Migaloo. Oskar’s drive is to educate people about the rules in place that protect Migaloo from harassment and protecting his marine environment. Migaloo caught his imagination and attention when he was first sighted at Byron Bay and it has been a labor of love over many years. Anyone who calls in a sighting of Migaloo is likely to talk to Oskar, and if you do, please take a moment to say ‘thank you’ to Oskar for his hard work and dedication.