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Donations and Honorary Memberships
Become a member or purchase an honorary membership by donating $25 or more (enter amount below). Note: shipping will appear in your cart, but we will not process a shipping charge with a donation. Type in a donation amount below to add it to your shopping cart.
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Adopt a local whale, shark or sunfish and learn about conservation. Adopt-a-Creatures are available for $25. Shipping is free. Click here for more information on adoption packages and the creatures available. New! Where has your whale been? Click here for a map of sightings of our adoptable humpback and fin whales!
Your adoption kit includes:
5”x7” color photo of your creature
Personalized adoption certificate
CD-ROM with a screensaver, over 60 beautiful desktop images and species info
Full-color species fact sheet
Blue Ocean Society decal, and a one-year subscription to our newsletters
Sightings updates of your animal via e-mail
Adoption Updates: In 2012, many of our adoptable whales were seen: humpbacks Owl, Pinball, and Satula and fin whales Ladder, Comet and Fjord. We also saw several basking sharks, dolphins and an ocean sunfish! As of this writing (May 2013), our 2013 season just started, and Pinball has been seen already!
Flask A male humpback first sighted in 1982
Owl A female humpback born in 1986. This social female as had 5 calves so far.
Pinball Female humpback born in 1989. Like Owl, she has also had 5 calves.
Satula A male humpback first sighted in1988.
Comet Comet is a female fin whale who surprised us with a calf in 2007! She was one of the first fin whales we began tracking and is a sporadic visitor to the Ledge.
Ladder Ladder is a male fin whale first sighted in 1984. He is easily recognized by his distinctive prop scars.
Fjord was one of our most frequently seen fin whales in 2009! He is a male with a distinctive, huge notch in his fin.
Trigger is a female fin whale first sighted in 1987. She had a calf in 2007.
Stripes Stripes represents Atlantic white-sided dolphins, our most common toothed whale species.
Gills represents basking sharks - the second largest fish species and a common visitor to our waters.
Sunny represents the ocean sunfish (Mola mola), the world's biggest bony fish species!
Handmade Glass Pendants
Whale Tail Pendant
Stunning Glass Whale Tail Pendant -
Available in Blue Pearl and Blue Multi.
Due to the handmade nature of the pendants, each one will have its own unique mixture of colors.
This whimsical pendant comes with 18” black cord with a sterling silver clasp. Pendant measures 1 3/8” x 1 ¾”; Loop hole measures 1/8.”
Handcrafted in the United States by Jill Elkins
Blue Ocean Society Apparel and Other Merchandisel
We have a
selection of clothing, photo note cards, stuffed animals and other Blue Ocean merchandise for
sale. For additional items, you can also visit our Holiday Sale and Open House, Dec. 6 (4-7 PM) and Dec. 8 (12-4 PM) at the Gov. Langdon House, 143 Pleasant Street, Portsmouth, NH.
Hooded Sweatshirt, Navy
Organic Cotton Long-Sleeve T-shirt, Slate Gray with Blue Ink