Posted by Cheryl Procaccini on Saturday, May 20, 2017
There are less than 25 vaquita porpoises remaining in the Gulf of California. Their situation is dire as scientists are working together with the Mexican government, local fisherman and international organizations to save this rare and beautiful cetacean from extinction. Please join our musical campaign:
It’s been a truly beautiful gray whale migration season here in Southern California and all along the Pacific Coast of the United States.
Dear Whale Lovers,
It’s a long migration from the gray whale breeding lagoons of Baja, Mexico to the cold seas of Alaska. So why do we often see mother gray whales and their babies taking time out to swim toward the shore and even stop to frolick in the surf? Here are the reasons that some whale experts have suggested:
This gray whale mother is on a mission – to get her and her calf to their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas above Alaska.
Dear Whale-Curious Friends,
It’s remarkable! The largest animal in the world feeds on one of the ocean’s smallest creatures.
It’s Spring and the Earth feels so fresh and new.
The flowers have gone wild, whales are migrating back to their summer feeding grounds and baby animals are everywhere.
It time to celebrate!
Here are 6 Fun Ways to Celebrate Spring
with Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders:
Earth Hour Live! with Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders. #EarthHourLive #EarthHour2017
Posted by Cheryl Procaccini on Saturday, March 25, 2017