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Making Dreams Come True…How You Can Help Wild Orcas

April 7, 2011

SunSuper Dreams is holding a contest right now, Make The World a Better Place, which does not end until April 30th, 2011. The contestants depend on the votes of the public to make their dreams come true and win the contest.

Gwen Williams protesting for the retirement of Lolita

  Gwen Williams,  a young orca activist from Australia has entered the contest. If Gwen wins $5,000.00 dollars will be donated to the Orca Network . The Orca Network is dedicated to raising awareness of the whales of the Pacific Northwest, and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats.

The Orca Network is a very worthy cause, as so many wild orcas are in danger now due to loss of natural food sources and chemicals contaminants. Supporting Gwen means supporting wild orcas! 

Gwen’s dream is to help protect the wild orca species. Throughout the Pacific Northwest, their population is under threat from habitat degradation, loss of prey, industrial chemicals contaminating the waters, and more. Their numbers have suffered a steady decline over the years. Orcas are an integral part of the environment. They are also highly intelligent beings with complex social behaviours, and have captivated whale watchers for many years. To lose the family pods that travel through the Pacific Northwest would be extremely damaging to the environment, as well as a tragedy in human history. Many animals species have become extinct over the years. Lets not add wild orcas to that list!


All they need is your families vote. Each family member can have a chance to vote, as Sun Super Dreams allows for a vote each day from your computer. It only takes a few seconds to make your vote count. Please take this opportunity to help make a girl’s dream come true and offer support to the wild orcas….be sure to check you spam mail, as you will have to confirm your vote through your email. Thanks everyone for the support!

You can vote here

Here is a video Gwen made regarding a wild baby orca crying for it’s mom when it was separated from her during a Taiji hunt. Gwen has a Youtube video account called FreedomForOrcas

2 Comments leave one →
  1. KathyWatkins permalink
    April 10, 2011 9:13 pm

    Thank you for all you do! Keep up the good work and never give up. 😉

  2. Wendy Hudson permalink
    May 29, 2011 12:25 am

    Gwen… you are a very smart and sensitive young lady! Keep spreading the word amongst everyone who will listen… but especially the young people who will hopefully inherit a world that still holds these incredible creatures dear. Godspeed.

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