We have received lots of wonderful letters from kids all over the world and this is very encouraging. It drives us to make this site the best it can be.
One question that is often asked in correspondence is "How can I help the whales?"
Firstly, you can CLICK HERE to see what others are doing!
After that, become an Activist! See how HERE
Then less seriously, check out what's below.
An Oral Tradition of
the Marshall Islands
Adapted by Jane Downing
Our adventures concern the environment and the animals and plants that live on this planet
Join us on
a series of adventures with dolphins, whales, koala's, owls, native birds and all sorts of Australian Fauna.
If you really care about Whales then pick a whale topic of concern to you and draw a picture in colour or black & white about your topic and mail it to:
CLICK HERE TO HELP A WHALE
Whales on the Net
P. O. Box 224
This site has been selected as a valuable internet resource for
Discovery Channel Education
Ultimate Guide to Animals Program for Whales
27ft Orca made by Mr Loza's 1998-99 5th Grade class, Suva Intermediate School Bell Gardens, California
If you can get your drawing digitised (scanned) into the computer in a gif or jpg format you can find out how to email it to us at:
Every drawing we receive will be put here on this page for everyone in the world to see.
And folks, these kids care so get out your wallets and your purses and donate a little for these kids. We'll acknowledge all donations and list them here. Everything received for the kids will be awarded as a prize for the best drawing and hopefully some of them will be encouraged to continue caring. Maybe we can start with a yearly prize but who knows we may get to monthly prizes one day.
Charles Epstein and his 9 foot gray whale made of paper mache. Charles is a fourth grade student at the Penn Valley School, Pennsylvania
138 - Morgan, Year 4 - Degilbo State School, Qld, Australia
137 - Clare, Grade 4 - Mullumbimby Public School, Australia
136 - Brook, Age 6 - Alabama, Fort Rucker, USA
135 - Swaycee, Grade 5 - Kemper Elementary School, Cortez, USA
134 - Shanea, Grade 5 - Kemper Elementary School, Cortez, USA
133 - Dominique, Grade 5 - Kemper Elementary School, Cortez, USA
132 - Russell, Grade 2 - Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, USA
131 - Lauren, Grade 2 - Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, USA
130 - Hannah, Grade 2 - Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, USA
129 - Jill Laquidara, Upton, MA, USA
128 - Trevor, Grade 1 - Malcolm L. Bell School, Marblehead, MA, USA
127 - Lucia, Grade 1 - Malcolm L. Bell School, Marblehead, MA, USA
CLICK HERE for Whale & Dolphin Watch
WHALES ON THE NET - http://www.whales.org.au the Online Voice of WHALES IN DANGER (WID)