Do you know of a site that should be on The Whale Trail? We’d love to hear about it! To nominate a site, please click below to access our web for that allows you to provide location details and contact information.

WHATS IN A SITE

Whale Trail sites may be viewing sites, educational/research institutions with a focus on and commitment to orca conservation, or sites that are historically or culturally significant regarding orcas and other whales.

To be on The Whale Trail, a site should meet the following criteria:

  • Viewing Locations
    • Be accessible to the public, and provide a reasonable chance of seeing orcas or other whales with reliable frequency during at least part of the year.
    • Example: Lime Kiln State Park
  • Educational /Research facilities
    • Focus on and show a commitment to marine environmental education and/or orca conservation.
    • Example:The Seattle Aquarium
  • Historical/Cultural sites
    • Be significant in the historical or cultural relationship with orcas.
    • Example: Coupeville, Whidbey Island

If you have any questions about our submission form, please contact us at info@thewhaletrail.org.

VIEWING GUIDE

View our guide on how to watch marine animals from shore.

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