It’s that time of the week again- Social Media Tuesday! Give this image a share and check out our new video PSA, “90 Seconds For Kiska”, to help raise awareness about Kiska’s life at Marineland.
If you missed out on calling Federal Ocean and Fisheries Minister Gail Shea today - you can always follow up tomorrow! We are looking to build a small call in army that keeps the pressure on!
Have you contacted Federal Ocean and Fisheries Minister Gail Shea yet today? Please do! She is a decision maker and can stop the flow of wild caught marine mammals into parks like Marineland Canada. Please follow through and ask her to close the wild capture loophole once and for all!
90 Seconds For Kiska
For those still up - in advance of our call in tomorrow we made a new video PSA featuring Kiska. Kiska is the sole survivor of the captive orca program at Marineland Canada - and the last remaining orca in captivity in Canada.
In the time it would take you to send an email, fax, or call to Federal Ocean and Fishers Minister Gail Shea she will have lapped her tank.
Please join us and fight for her release to a sea and for an end to captivity in Canada. Share this video widely - Marineland will no doubt try everything they can to get it pulled down.
Thanks to everyone who participated on opening day this year, we more than tripled our original goal of 1000 origami whales and successfully beat the world record!
We want to give a extra special thank-you to Vijay, who started this project and worked harder than anyone to make it real. We had submitted to have the goal placed in Vijay’s name, but since the project was a big team effort, Guinness required that we submit it as a group. This win belongs to you, Vijay!
Festival for the Animals is in just a few short weeks and we need your help making the final push. Here are a few ways you can help out!
Are you coming from out of town and would like to be a city captain? send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will need your help promoting the event online as well as promoting in your city! Poster around your neighborhood, your school/ university, wherever a poster will fit!
Another thing we need from City Captains is for you to help out with buses! We will need marshals on each bus to help things run smoothly. Encourage your friends to register for a spot on the bus at www.festivalfortheanimals.com. let’s fill those buses!
We are attaching the official poster and handbills for the event here so everyone can print them off and get them out there. See you all in a few weeks!
FESTIVAL FOR THE ANIMALS POSTER:
FESTIVAL FOR THE ANIMALS HANDBILLS:
The beluga whale in this picture is Aurora. Noted for rake marks