June 7th Harbor porpoise stranding Seal pup on Mutiny Bay, July 4th Male two year old Elephant Seal, by Garry Heinrich Newborn Harbor seal pup July 1st, Garry Heinrich

Orca Network

Org #12429
Vetted since 2012
2001
year founded
$24,763
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Orca Network - connecting whales and people in the Pacific Northwest Orca Network is dedicated to raising awareness of the whales of the Pacific Northwest, and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats. Orca Network finds ways for people to work together to protect the rich, beautiful, diverse habitats and inhabitants of Puget Sound. An extended clan of Orcinu... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Susan Berta
Susan Berta
Howard Garrett
Howard Garrett
Team
Sharon Devlin, Susan Berta, Alisa Lemire Brooks, Cindy Hansen, Wendy Sines, Garry Heinrich
Organization Information
http://www.orcanetwork.org
Facebook Page
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485 Labella Vista Way
Freeland, WA 98249
United States
360-331-3543

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2534428723
Organization Information
http://www.orcanetwork.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
485 Labella Vista Way
Freeland, WA 98249
United States
360-331-3543

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2534428723

Project Reports

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Jul 9, 2018
Changes in cetacean use of the Salish Sea
SOUTHERN RESIDENT ORCAS Joy reverberated through the community when J pod and most of L pod came to the inland Salish Sea on June 11th, the first by any Southern Resident orcas for nine weeks....
Jul 9, 2018
New Stranding Volunteer Coordinator Hired - THANKS to YOU!
Dear Global Giving Givers, We want to thank you for your generous donations that have allowed us to finally hire a Stranding Network Volunteer Coordinator. This has become a monstrous task through the...
Apr 12, 2018
Life and death in the Salish Sea ~
ELLIE HAS DONE IT AGAIN! Ellie is the Northern elephant seal that we’ve told you about before. She has come to a local beach for many years to go through her annual molt. Then three years...
 
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