The mission of The Whale Sanctuary Project is to establish a model seaside sanctuary where cetaceans (whales and dolphins) can live in an environment that maximizes well-being and autonomy and is as close as possible to their natural habitat.
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July 26, 2017 / Michael Mountain
The Canadian Senate is currently considering an amendment that would make it illegal to keep whales or dolphins in captivity. Six team members of the Whale Sanctuary Project were invited to testify … Read More
July 25, 2017 / Michael Mountain
It’s a tragic irony that Kyara, the last orca to be born at SeaWorld, died yesterday at the age of three months. Under pressure from public opinion, the company announced in March 2016 that it … Read More
July 19, 2017 / Michael Mountain
Two major news items today: First, the renowned conservationist Dr. Carl Safina has joined the board of the Whale Sanctuary Project. And we’re delighted to let you know that board member Charles … Read More