Oil and gas exploration is harming tens of thousands of marine mammals in the Gulf of Mexico.
Unnecessary seismic testing must be stopped!
Last week two mores orcas – a mother and her calf – died tragically in the Puget Sound. There are now only 80 of these highly intelligent creatures left alive in the region. If you will join us in taking steps to protect their environment and food supply, we can save them!
Orca Whales Won’t Be Celebrating at SeaWorld
SeaWorld refuses to release twenty four orca whales held captive in marine parks across three states to seaside pens. Instead, SeaWorld has decided to remodel the areas surrounding and above the confinement tanks in San Diego's park as if this superficial makeover would in any way make a difference to these whales or an informed public. Relenting under intense public pressure, SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. promised to end breeding captive orca whales, but still insists on keeping them captive for the rest of their lives. Pictured: Artist's rendering of Orca Encounter planned to open in the summer of 2017. READ MORE