Help Sea Shepherd continue fighting for the survival of the most endangered marine mammal in the world: Mexico’s vaquita porpoise.

Sea Shepherd currently has resources to operate one former US Coast Guard cutter in the Upper Gulf of California to protect the vaquita porpoise.

Help us bring a second vessel to Operation Milagro and give hope for the survival of a species.

With escalating violence from poachers inside the UNESCO recognized and Federally protected Vaquita Refuge, with your help, Sea Shepherd can increase its presence in the Upper Gulf of California, and continue removing gillnets, which are death traps to this critically endangered species. There are less than 30 vaquita left in the world, every minute counts. You can be part of this mission!

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The Sea Shepherd vessel Farley Mowat has now been attacked twice in the month of January alone, with the attackers throwing rocks, lead weights and Molotov cocktails. Additionally, one of our drones has been shot out of the sky with firearms.

Because of the urgency of this situation, Sea Shepherd is sending two more ships (M/V Sharpie and M/V White Holly) to the Vaquita Refuge to back up the M/V Farley Mowat.

Now more than ever, we need to protect the lives of our crew to continue to be able to protect the vaquita.


We are seeking donations to fund the following defensive needs:

1. Water pumps and fire monitors (water cannons)

2. Riot shields
3. Firefighting outfits with breathing apparatus
4. Bulletproof vests and helmets

Help Sea Shepherd continue fighting for the survival of the most endangered marine mammal in the world: Mexico’s vaquita porpoise.

 

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