A Whale and Her Family

Following the death of Kasatka yesterday, SeaWorld wrote that she was part of “our orca family.” But Kasatka was never part of their family. Rather, she was taken away from her real family off the coast of Iceland in 1978 when she was about a year old – still just a baby.

Read More

RENOWNED MARINE CONSERVATIONIST DR. CARL SAFINA JOINS BOARD OF WHALE SANCTUARY PROJECT

Executive and ocean policy specialist Charles Vinick to serve as executive director SANTA BARBARA, CA—July 19, 2017— Conservationist and author Carl Safina hopes to help write a new chapter in the care of captive whales, joining forces with The Whale Sanctuary Project to establish the first permanent whale sanctuary in North America. “I am honored…

Read More

Newsletter, April 2017

Matching Grant for site selection … Next steps in site selection … Important news from Canada … and more. This is a copy of the April, 2017 newsletter as sent to all subscribers. To subscribe, just fill in your email address in the box to the right.

Read More

«