Sponsor a Whale

Support BC Whales by sponsoring a whale!

As a Whale Sponsor, you play a pivotal role in individual whale’s lives, contributing to comprehensive efforts that span from health monitoring and scientific research to crucial conservation initiatives ensuring their habitat remains a sanctuary. Your sponsorship is a testament to the profound connection between humans and nature, symbolizing a personal commitment to safeguarding the natural world.

Exclusive privileges of being a Whale Sponsor

    Acoustic Data

    Immerse yourself in the unseen world of whale communication through exclusive access to a collection of acoustic data from your sponsored whale.

    See Where Your Whale Travels

    With the use of third-party whale conservation efforts, you can see where your whale migrates.

    Adoption Certificate

    Receive a personalized certificate commemorating your generous support and the special bond you share with your sponsored whale.

    Sponsor Package

    Sponsors receive a ‘BC Whales Sponsor Pack’, with a sticker, magnet, info card and personalized certificate. This pack can be mailed to you, or if you choose to dedicate your whale, it can be sent on your behalf. If dedicating your whale, ensure you put their name & mailing details in your checkout. You can also include a note for your dedication as well!

    Dedicate Your Whale

    You can dedicate your whale by sending your Whale Sponsor Pack to your dedicatee at checkout. After checkout, you will have the opportunity to share your sponsorship, giving them access to their own account page and Sponsor Zone with whale information and a certificate of sponsorship.

    News & Updates

    Subscription to our e-newsletter, keeping you up-to-date on how your support impacts our work. As well, invitations to exclusive webinars and events, where you’ll hear first-hand from our researchers and conservationists.

    Whales for sponsorship

    Featured Whale


    Teeth is a longstanding resident humpback whale to Gitga’at Territory, and one of the most recognizable whales in our research area. She is usually seen on her own or in very small groups traveling close to the shore and rolling in the abundance of kelp beds along the way. 

    View Teeth

    Unsure about which Whale to sponsor?

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