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Muskwa Club, Inc. President

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Fewer than 100 little vaquita porpoises are left in the Gulf of California. California teenager William Whittenbury aims to save them.

William Whittenbury employs his 'can do' spirit to save an endangered porpoise

William Whittenbury employs his 'can do' spirit to save an endangered porpoise

Let's not let this happen!  Support gill net bans in Mexico!

Let's not let this happen! Support gill net bans in Mexico!

Help save the vaquita!

This is a vaquita.

Buy a t-shirt to support Save the Vaquita! 97 remain! Please share!

Buy a t-shirt to support Save the Vaquita! Please share!

This video shows that I took the Vaquita Blanket Challenge, #97vaquitas. I did it in 40 seconds.  How long will it take you. See www.MuskwaClub.org for more information on the endangered vaquita porpoise (only 97 left), how to take the challenge, and how to help us save them.

This video shows that I took the Vaquita Blanket Challenge, #97vaquitas. I did it in 40 seconds. How long will it take you. See www.MuskwaClub.org for more information on the endangered vaquita porpoise (only 97 left), how to take the challenge, and how to help us save them.

Buy a t-shirt to support Vaquita Blanket Challenge. Please share!

Buy a t-shirt to support Vaquita Blanket Challenge. Please share!


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The tiny vaquita porpoise (Phocoena sinus) is found only in the shallow waters of the northern Gulf of California, Mexico. It is the most endangered of the 128 marine mammals alive in the world today. The Comité Internacional para la Recuperación de la Vaquita (International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita), an international team of scientists established by the government of Mexico and known by its Spanish acronym CIRVA, estimated about 200 vaquitas remaining in 2012. Since then…

The Marine Mammal Center works to rescue and humanely treat ill, injured, or orphaned marine mammals and to advance knowledge about marine mammal health. Explore The Center's website to find out how you can help support marine mammal conservation.

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Will it take a miracle to save La Vaquita Marina: The Sea of Cortes’ almost extinct harbor porpoise?

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Wall Tapestry • "Song of the Vaquita" 2015 watercolor painting by wildlife artist Amber Marine, endangered species series. ••• Visit VivaVaquita.org to learn about the critically endangered vaquita porpoise ♥ •••

"Song of the Vaquita" by Amber Marine ~ Watercolor Painting, (c) 2015 Wall Tapestry

‘"Song of the Vaquita" (Porpoise, Critically Endangered Species) watercolor art by Amber Marine, © 2015 ’ Throw Pillow by Amber Marine ~ Wildlife Artist

BASIC FACTS ABOUT VAQUITAS: The vaquita (Phocoena sinus), also known as the Gulf of California harbor porpoise, is the smallest and rarest of the cetaceans - which include whales, dolphins, and porpoises. The vaquita has a gray body with a pale gray or white belly and a dark patch around its eye. They are very rarely seen in the wild.

Vaquitas, also known as the "Gulf of California porpoise" or "Cochito," are elusive and timid members of the porpoise family. They were first described by western scientists in 1958 based on several skulls.

Vaquita Porpoise Faces Imminent Extinction—Can It Be Saved?

Mankind must cease harming the harmless. Let our prayers and meditations bring healing.

- No Fish No Future -  does no one understand that overfishing has gone so far the fish we are catching are smaller and smaller because we've caught most all the larger and soon we will have nothing to catch meaning nothing in the ocean will have anything. There will be nothing left!

[No Fish No Future - help protect the environment against over-fishing and oceanic pollution.Help save this planet!

Brink of Extinction: A Technological Approach to Saving the Last Vaquita Porpoises

Vaquita porpise a approach to save it that they are doing is to ketch the last 30 vaquita with the help of the trained navy dolphins and put them in a sea pen to keep them safe from gill nets

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Vaquita Porpoise Art by Amber Marine | Endangered Species Art | 50% of artist's profit from this piece will be donated to the Vaquita Recovery Fund.

Treacherous Waters - Vaquita Porpoise (Critically Endangered Species) Art, Original Digital Painting by Amber Marine, © 2015 | Drawstring Bag

Vaquita Porpoise Art by Amber Marine

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