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Orca Field Guide
Our Price: $10.00
The North Pacific killer whale behaviors field guide The Northwest fold out pocket guide includes twelve pages of illustrations of whales, dolphins, porpoise, seals, otter, salmon, halibut, song birds, forest birds, birds of prey, shorebirds, ducks and other waterfowl, and pelagic birds, moose, elk, bear, squirrels, beavers, marmots, weasels, goats, sheep, cougar, bobcat, lynx, coyote, fox, and wolves. This handy guide covers all the creatures you may be lucky enough to observe in their natural habitat if you take a trip to Washington, British Columbia, or Alaska.
Orca Network, Pacific Northwest, Marine Mammal, Field Guide, killer whale, Puget Sound, orca, San Juan Island, Whidbey Island, environment, ocean, Southern Resident orca Salmon Magnet by Sue Coccia
This laminated Pacific NW Marine Mammal Field Guide includes accurate illustrations of all the marine mammals, all 27 of them, likely to be seen from Oregon to Alaska, from Gray Whales to River Otters. Lengths, fluke shapes and usual habitats are described in these handy waterproof reference guides. This Chinook salmon design is also available as a key chain.
Welcome the Whales Flag
Our Price: $25.00
Lolita campaign post card
Our Price: $10.00
Skyblue 2' x 3' hand screen-printed Welcome the Whales flag with artwork showing Patch the gray whale rising in a spyhop. At $10 for ten cards plus shipping, here is the new version of the Lolita campaign post card, with her story from capture to now, along with the proposal for her retirement in a sea pen. Photos help tell what her life is like in a dilapitated, undersized tank compared to her bay on San Juan Island where her family passes almost daily for much of every year.
Orca Fluke Orca-ment
Our Price: $20.00
Let people know about Lolita! Here's the new Lolita campaign bumper sticker about Lolita and the plan to retire her in her home waters. A talented Orca Angel and Orca Network board member Sandy Dubpernell, has created these beautiful whale tails out of fused glass and copper wiring - a perfect tree orca-ment, or to hang in your window year round!