A Fall From Freedom (on the Web) (FaceBook) A FALL FROM FREEDOM is the first film to expose the long and sordid history of the captive whale and dolphin business; a history that continues to this day. Watch the complete 80 minute film for free online.
BlackfishMovie.com (on the Web) (FaceBook- Magnolia Pictures) (FaceBook- Dogwoof) Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s stunning documentary tells the story of Tilikum, a performing killer whale that killed several people while in captivity and the history and controversy surrounding orca captivity.
BlueVoice.org (on the Web) (FaceBook) For some twenty five years members of the BlueVoice team have utilized their films to end the killing of dolphins and whales and to explore the universe of dolphins in the open sea.
Center for Whale Research (on the Web) The Center for Whale Research (CWR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to annual photo-identification studies of the Southern Resident Killer whale (SRKW) population that frequent the inland waters of Washington State and lower British Columbia.
Cetacean Society International (on the Web) (FaceBook) CSI is an all-volunteer, non-profit conservation, education and research organization working on behalf of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and their marine environment.
Death at SeaWorld (on the Web) (FaceBook) Author David Kirby’s “Death at SeaWorld: Shamu and the Dark Side of Killer Whales in Captivity” a groundbreaking scientific thriller that exposes the dark side of SeaWorld.
FreeMorgan.com (on the Web) (FaceBook) A website dedicated to raising international awareness to the plight of Morgan, a young female orca captured of the coast of the Netherlands on June 23, 2010, now facing a possible life of exploitation in captivity.
FreeMorgan.nl (on the Web) The Free Morgan Group is comprised of a wide range of internationally based orca experts and advocates coordinating a plan to successfully reintroduce captive orca Morgan back with her family in her home waters.
Marine Connection (on the Web) (FaceBook) A small but effective UK based cetacean charity campaigning nationally and internationally for the welfare, protection and conservation of dolphins, whales and porpoises.
Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS) (on the Web) (FaceBook) A non-profit organization that creates film, photography, and media to inspire people to save the oceans. OPS’s first film, The Cove, won dozens of awards around the world, including the Oscar® for Best Documentary in 2009.
Orca Home (on the Web) Orca facts, photos, news and more… from around the globe.
OrcaLab (on the Web) (FaceBook) OrcaLab is a small land based whale research station on Hanson Island in northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. With their network of hydrophones, positioned around the orcas’ “core habitat”, they monitor the movements all year round.
Orca Network (on the Web) (FaceBook) Orca Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the whales of the Pacific Northwest, and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats. Home of the Free Lolita campaign.
Orca Research Trust (on the Web) Dr. Ingrid Visser remains the only researcher specializing in orca in New Zealand waters. She regularly swims with wild orca in her mission to protect them and their habitat.
Orca Tracker (on the Web) Google Maps geospatial data connecting orcas and scholars from around the world. When fully operational, will connect offshore smart phones with land-based collaborators.
Orka Coalitie (on the Web) (FaceBook) A coalition of Netherland based animal rights groups formed to employ political pressure, public actions and possible legal steps to ensure the safe release of captive orca Morgan from Dolfinarium Harderwijk.
Rekindling the Waters (on the Web) Author and lecturer Leah Lemieux has been working on dolphin protection, education and conservation initiatives for twenty years. Her book “Rekindling the Waters: The Truth About Swimming with Dolphins” is an intimate and intelligent expose, illuminating the unexpected dark side of this increasingly controversial phenomenon, revealing a lucrative industry rife with cruelty.
SaveJapanDolphins.org (on the Web) (FaceBook) Ric O’Barry directs a campaign to stop the Japanese drive fisheries’ slaughter of dolphins, and bring an end to the capture and live trade of dolphins to zoos and aquariums around the world
SaveLolita.org (on the Web) Archival footage, history and links to information about Lolita, the female orca living all alone at the Miami Seaquarium in Florida for 40+ years.
Voice of the Orcas (on the Web) Through constructive dialogue, multimedia presentations, testimonials and interviews- four former SeaWorld trainers, sharing a common philosophy, provide a voice to those without.