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Adopt A Vaquita Porpoise

Proceeds from the sale of the merchandise will help support Save The Whales’
efforts to help the vaquita.

To learn more about the Vaquita (click here)

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Through Save The Whales' symbolic adoption program you will learn about the most endangered marine mammal. Learn about the small, shy, vaquita porpoise that lives only in the Gulf of California, in Baja California, Mexico. The vaquita is called the panda of the sea because of the dark eye rings. You can help by adopting a vaquita porpoise and receiving information which includes the following:

  • An 8x10 glossy color photograph of a vaquita in the wild (shown above)
  • Adopt A Vaquita certificate personalized to your specifications
  • 4 page color newsletter about vaquita
  • A letter to the United Nations for your signature
  • Save The Whales window sticker
  • Viva Vaquita window sticker
  • A vaquita dog tag necklace (suitable for all ages and both sexes)

$25.00 per kit (includes postage and handling)

A thoughtful gift for a person of any age, for any occasion: anniversaries, birthdays, teachers, thank-you, etc

To adopt a vaquita porpoise online click “add to cart” below.

Enter recipient’s name you would like to appear on the certificate and the address you wish to have the items shipped to:

To adopt a vaquita via mail please print this form and mail with your check to the address below.

Thank You for Your Support!







NUMBER OF KITS @ $25.00 =
(includes postage & handling)

Make check payable to:

Save The Whales
1192 Waring Street
Seaside, CA, 93955

Orders are sent out 1-3 days after received via First Class or Priority mail.

Please write your e-mail address on your check.

*The above photo was taken under permit (Oficio No. DR/488/08 from the Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturale Protegidas (CONANP/Secretaría del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT), within a natural protected area subject to special management and decreed as such by the Mexican Government. This work was made possible thanks to the collaboration and support of the Coordinador de Investigación y Conservación de Mamíferos Marinos at the Instituto Nacional de Ecología (INE).

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