See Vancouver Island Orcas Live on Wildlife Cams (and get text updates)

Photo credit: Robert Pittman | Wikipedia

Photo credit: Robert Pittman | Wikipedia

Need a little more orca in your life?

Some amazing wildlife cams are giving animal lovers a chance to see the killer whales that swim off Vancouver’s coast up close and personal. Better still: You can sign up for text alerts when whales are in view so you never miss a minute of orca action.   Continue reading:
See Vancouver Island Orcas Live on Wildlife Cams (and get text updates)

Adopt a Whale at the Vancouver Aquarium

How would you like to add this bundle of joy to your extended family?  He’s six meters long, weighs in at a whopping six tons, has a curving dorsal fin, distinctive white spots and 20 pairs of razor-sharp, interlocking teeth.

This wild killer whale, and hundreds of others, are up for adoption through the Vancouver Aquarium, part of a unique initiative started in 1992 to fund research on these magnificent predators of the deep.   And for as little as $64, you can become a  proud parent of one of Canada’s noblest – and most fearsome – creatures.

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Adopt a Whale at the Vancouver Aquarium