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Adopt A Shark (on the Web) Adopting a Shark is a fun and unique way to get involved in shark and ray conservation. AdoptaShark is an excellent program for adults and kids because everybody learns A LOT about sharks and the oceans. 

Center for Whale Research (on the Web) For over three decades, the Center for Whale Research (CWR) has been conducting annual photo-identification studies of the Southern Resident Killer whale (SRKW) population that frequent the inland waters of Washington State and lower British Columbia.

Ocean Conservancy (on the Web) Ocean Conservancy believes it’s time to look beneath the surface to see where the health of our planet really begins. It’s time to recognize the source that sustains us day to day with the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe…to discover that all living things are connected to the ocean. It’s time to understand that going green starts with living blue. It’s time to start a sea change.

Oceanic Defense (on the Web) (on Facebook) Oceanic Defense is an international non-profit organization with members in over 60 countries, spanning 6 continents with 1 mission; healthy aquatic ecosystems free from human abuse and neglect. Oceanic Defense teaches people to protect our oceans by acting responsibly as consumers and by making smart decisions in our daily lives.

Orca Conservancy (on the Web) (on Facebook) (WordPress Blog) (Causes.com) Orca Conservancy is an all-volunteer non-profit organization working on behalf of Orcinus orca, the killer whale, and protecting the wild places on which it depends.

Save Japan Dolphins (on the Web)  SaveJapanDolphins was formed to put an end to the Japanese drive fishery slaughter of dolphins and stop the capture and live trade of dolphins to zoos and aquariums around the world.

Sea Shepherd (on the Web) Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.

Shark Angels (on the Web The Shark Angels are raising awareness on the plight facing sharks, giving the world a new perspective on these misunderstood animals, and often, in the trenches, stopping the slaughter of sharks, protecting them from our collective greed and ignorance. 

Shark Alliance (on the Web) The Shark Alliance is a global, not-for-profit coalition of non-governmental organizations dedicated to restoring and conserving shark populations by improving shark conservation policies.

Shark Trust (on the Web) Established in 1997, the Shark Trust is a UK registered charity which works to advance the conservation of sharks through science, education, influence and action

The Orca Project (on the Web) (on Facebook)The Orca Project is a place where ideas and information will be shared to raise awareness about the captivity and exploitation of orcas.  

The Whale Museum (on the Web)

Voice of the Orcas (on the Web) This is the homepage of ex SeaWorld trainers Samantha, Carol, John and Jeff. Through experiencing captivity first-hand, they came to the conclusion that it is simply wrong.  


 

 

 

 

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 28, 2011 6:32 pm

    Hello! I Love your Blog…. I also have a Ocean Cause blog @ my website (blog) listed. Thanks for caring for the mammals of the seas… Cheryl/aka Muffyjo on the web

  2. scott permalink
    May 7, 2011 6:45 pm

    when are these people actually going to be bothered to save and rescue lolita and shouka out of their tanks then???????

  3. scott permalink
    May 7, 2011 6:59 pm

    when are these people actually going to be bothered to save and rescue lolita and shouka out of their tanks then? i personally think that theres no point of protesters standing outside these aquariums as it aint actually going to rescue these mammals ay!
    If your company or whoever is considering and willing to be comitted in saving these mammals then what if you and your staff contacted my british newspaper company at the sun.co.uk
    the sun newspaper company actually got involved and helped to save 2baby dolphins from a small compacted swimming pool in turkey which was totally illlegal and somehow recall them being kidnapped from their family in a aquarium in the usa.

    IF YOU DID DECIDE TO RESCUE THE MARINE MAMMALS! I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST OF LUCK AND BEST WISHES GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL

    • June 3, 2012 1:41 am

      Scott, I would love to get in contact with you regarding the rescue of the dolphins. Please contact me back!
      -Alex

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