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Adopt a Whale!
Adopt a local whale and learn about conservation. This is a great whale to learn about whales all year long! Whale adoptions are available for $30. Shipping is free to US Destinations (contact us for non-US shipping options).
Your adoption kit includes:
5”x7” color photo of your whale
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 and in our newsletters
Owl A female humpback born in 1986. This social female had a new calf in 2015!
Pinball Female humpback born in 1989. Pinball had a calf in 2012!
A male humpback first sighted in1988. He was named for the Finnish word for "saddle"
Hornbill was first seen by researchers in 1977. This mature male has been visiting Jeffreys Ledge frequently in recent years. Although a bit of a loner, Hornbill often surprises visitors by surfacing close by without warning.
Comet Comet is a female fin whale who had a calf in 2015! She was one of the first fin whales we began tracking and is a sporadic visitor to the Ledge.
Ladder is a male fin whale first sighted in 1984. He is easily recognized by his distinctive prop scars.
Fjord is one of our most frequently-seen fin whales! He is a male with a distinctive, huge notch in his fin.
Dingle was first seen by researchers in 2003 and has been seen on Jeffreys Ledge frequently ever since. Dingle appears to be quite social, sometimes spending time with other fin whales and even Atlantic white sided dolphins occasionally.
Scar was first seen by researchers in 1995. This whale’s deep and distinctive scar, possibly caused by a collision with a boat, has not changed since 1995, leading researchers to believe it was acquired quite some time ago.
Blue Ocean Society Apparel and Other Merchandise
Long Sleeve T-shirts (Soft organic cotton!)
Back: Humpback tail
Organic cotton Long sleeve Navy or Charcoal Gray T-shirt with logo on front and whale tail on back
These colorful coasters are designed and created by Liz and Mike of Mainely-Fish Prints using 100% RECYCLED float-rope found on the Maine Coast. Throughout the years float-rope has been used by lobstermen to tether together their buoys to lobster traps on the bottom of the ocean floor. As the rope becomes worn, it is not longer usable and often ends up in local landfills. With each coaster set you purchase, you are keeping a little something from ending up in the landfill!
Because of the nature of collecting and using the recycled rope we can not guarantee the colors that will be available at any given time. Colors range from orange to green to blue and everything in between! Coasters are shipped in sets of 4 in various colors and color combinations. Available sets: Single color, 2 color combo or 4 color combo
Please allow up to 2 weeks for your coasters to ship.
Recycled Lobster Rope Garland
We just love this Lobster Rope Garland made by Mainely-Fish Prints!
Each garland is hand made using 100% recycled Maine float-rope used by area lobstermen.
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Recycled Lobster Rope Dog Toy
This toy is made from 100% recycled lobster trap float rope with an up-cycled tennis ball core. It will provide endless hours of fetch for your dog! The best part of it all, it floats and the rope has already weathered nicely when it was used with lobster pots! Proudly made in Maine.