Orca families share an inseparable bond. They depend on each other. But too many are dying. Poisoned by polluted seas. Accidentally caught in fishing nets. Some are even taken into captivity. Some orca populations are critically endangered. They need you to keep them together.
We’ll send you your very own adoption pack, with amazing pictures and a monthly e-newsletter you’ll discover so much about your adopted orca and their families and the vital role you’re playing in protecting them. Adopt an orca today at http://uk.whales.org/adopti...
Adopt a Dolphin with Whale and Dolphin Conservation. Latest news on the bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth in Scotland from our field officer, Charlie Phillips. Adopt a dolphin at: http://uk.whales.org
Adopt an orca with Whale and Dolphin Conservation. These orcas (killer whales) belong to the Northern Resident Population and live in the waters around Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Adopt an orca at: http://whales.org
Adopt a Humpback Whale with Whale and Dolphin Conservation. These humpback whales spend the summer months feeding in the Gulf of Maine of the east coast of the USA before migrating to the Caribbean to breed and give birth. Adopt a whale at: http://whales.org
The dolphins of the Port River in Adelaide are the first known permanent resident population in a metropolitan area. Adopt a dolphin and help us to protect these special dolphins and give them a safer future. http://adopt-au.whales.org