Save the Maui's Dolphin & Hector's Dolphin from extinction

"Let's Face It" campaign as a powerful visual way of expressing worldwide public opinion to urge the New Zealand government to take immediate measures. Your visual petition (VP) photo of you along with a selected image of a Maui's or Hector's dolphin acknowledges specifically that you want to save the Maui's & Hector's from extinction. Read more ...

"I WORK IT FOR THE WHALES"  says legendary Dogtown skateboarder Peggy Oki at the 2012 Skateboard Hall of Fame Awards.


Click here to download our "Let's Face It" Visual Petition Collector's Packet which includes our statement to the NZ government, information about the Maui's & Hector's Dolphins, children's photographic waiver (though most people seem fine without this), and photos of Maui's & Hector's dolphins to choose from.


Watch this excellent message from 15 time world champion free diver William Trubridge.

Since this video was posted, New Zealand's Department of Conservation (DOC) announced that the number of Maui's dolphins over the age of one has reached a historical low of between 48-69 individuals, with a mostly likely point estimate of 55.

If you've already created your "Let's Face It" Visual Petition, you can still help by collecting more.

 

Juan Duazo of Raglan Positive Perspectives put together this great video for our "Let's Face It" visual petition campaign video. The sad thing is that since we began filming "On 13 March 2012, New Zealand's Department of Conservation announced that the number of Maui's dolphins is most likely 55."

Help us make an even greater impact - "Let's Face It" Visual Petitions (VPs) as we will be sending a follow-up e-mail with link to our Visual Petitions page to the New Zealand government.

 

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