Saving Ocean Wildlife was formed to study and protect marine mammals, sea turtles and all wildlife that reside or transit through the Pacific Ocean waters off the West Coast of North America. We focus on ocean awareness, reporting ocean animals in distress and wildlife monitoring. Saving Ocean Wildlife’s range of study spans from Alaska to Mexico with our headquarters located in Southern California.
A healthy marine ecosystem where all wildlife thrive as a result of an informed, compassionate and engaged community.
Creating ocean partnerships to protect wildlife.
Saving Ocean Wildlife will be the resource for up-to-date information on Ocean wildlife, providing you with tools and opportunities to actively
engage with and support ocean wildlife. Partnerships will allow for cross-border collaborative relationships to improve research and protection for ocean wildlife. Saving Ocean Wildlife has three core programs. This summer we will begin with our Outreach program consisting of ocean awareness, engagement and action. Building upon that success we will begin our second program, Citizen Science: Land and Sea Monitoring and Reporting, this winter. In 2021, Saving Ocean Wildlife anticipates unveiling our Gray Whale Research program with our partners.