We think the world needs a hopeful story right now. What better story than Springer’s?
- Springer (A73) is an orphaned orca who was spotted near Seattle in January 2002—lost, alone, and 300 miles away from home.
- Six months later she was rescued, rehabilitated, and returned to her pod. Today she is thriving, tending her two calves.
- It’s the first—and so far only—successful orca rehabilitation and reunion in history.
Please join us for a special presentation of Springer’s story, as told by members of her team. The Zoom event includes a team discussion/Q&A. Prepare to be inspired!
What: Celebrate Springer 2020! Presentation and Q&A
When: Thursday July 30th, 7 PM to 8:15 PM PST
Cost: Free! (Donations gladly accepted.)
Preregistration is required.
Sign up here.
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
- Space is limited – sign up now!
Hope to see you there –