The Whaleman Foundation is a public IRS 501 (c) (3) non-profit research, education, conservation, and wildlife film production organization dedicated to preserving and protecting our ocean world. Whaleman’s primary mission is to educate key decision makers, while raising public awareness, on the issues that affect cetaceans (dolphins, whales & porpoises) and their critical habitats through our films, research, campaigns, and media outreach.
Along with our conservation efforts, Whaleman continues its ongoing support and participation in field research projects including Dr. Marsha Green’s study of endangered humpback whales in the Hawaii and Alaska and researcher Anna Hall’s long term study of harbor porpoise in the San Juan and Gulf Islands. We are also supporting beach clean-ups with the “Clean Water Now” coalition of California.
All of us at Whaleman strongly believe that international cooperation is the key to success on these issues. We are committed to capturing the rare and priceless images found in our ocean world in order to continue to preserve and protect it for ourselves and for all future generations, but we can’t do it without your help!