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Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Our Mission

As the leading environmental charity dedicated to the protection of whales and dolphins, our mission is to amaze people with the wonder of whales and dolphins and inspire global action to protect them.

Whales and dolphins have a right to live free and healthy lives. These highly intelligent individuals should not suffer for human entertainment.

Commercial whaling is illegal. And yet, every year, Japan, Norway and Iceland kill around 1,500 whales.

Commercial fishing, oil and gas drilling, and shipping are threatening the lives of whales and dolphins.

Thousands of whales and dolphins are accidentally killed in fishing gear every year.

Make a Difference

Adopt a Whale

Every symbolic whale adoption, comes with a whale adoption certificate, monthly email about whales and our work to protect them, educational literature, your whale's family tree, and a whale sticker. Best of all, you support our mission to keep whales and dolphins safe & free.

Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Adoptions Starting at $50
Make a Difference

The Whales and Dolphins Thank You.

Show the world you love whales and dolphins. Shop for clothing, accessories, kid's toys, fun jewelry, books, and eco-friendly gear sourced responsibly with respect for the environment and in support of artisan men and women worldwide dedicated to keeping our planet safe and healthy. We proudly source eco-friendly products of the highest quality.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Blog

Spotlight: Harbor seal Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Did you know? Sometimes referred to as ‘sea dogs,’ harbor seals have short snouts that

Spotlight: North Atlantic right whale Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Did you know? Their flippers are broad and paddle-shaped and their tail flu

Spotlight: Marine mammals Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! What is the MMPA? The Marine Mammal Protection Act is the most important – and dare w

Spotlight: All whales Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Did you know? As February is the month of love, we couldn’t choose just one species t

Spotlight: “Green Whale” Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! This edition is full of crap. That’s right, we’re talking about

Spotlight: Gray seal Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Did you know? Gray seal They are part of the “true” seal family, or phocids, and all

Spotlight: Humpback whale Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Did you know? Humpback whales Humpback whales are massive, growing up to 17 meters (abo

Spotlight: Atlantic & Pacific white-sided dolphin Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Atlantic white-sided dolphin Pacific white-sided dolphin Di

Spotlight: Finback whale Each month we will dive into fun facts, stories, and updates with you, our whale and dolphin loving community of fin-tastic supporters! Subscribe and Learn Why We Need Your Help Dive in each month to learn more about whales,