A few days ago Stefan and I decided to adopt a whale. We have been thinking of doing something good for whales or dolphins in a long time and this was just perfect. We both love orcas and that’s why we decided to adopt one. Her name is Havannah and she was born in 1974 in British Columbia. She has never had a baby; this makes Havannah very unique amongst the northern resident orca females. But she is a cool aunt to her sister’s offspring. We are so happy! There are many other whales and dolphins that need our support. If you are interested in helping those marvellous creatures visit their website here and see what can be done!
Orca Pack & Information which we received from
If you decide to adopt a whale or a dolphin you are going to help to protect whales and dolphins from the many man-made threats they face such as hunting, entanglement in fishing nets, captivity, chemical and noise pollution, ship strikers and climate change. Your adoption will help WDCS to continue to do all they can to give Havannah and many other whales and dolphins a future!