Killer Whale Tales is a 501 (c) 3 environmental education program that uses storytelling and field-based science to inspire students to take an active role in the conservation of Southern Resident killer whales and their habitat.
Killer Whale Tales inspires lifelong environmental stewardship for tens of thousands of students across the Pacific Northwest.
Photo by Jeff Hogan
KWT has reached over:
“Dear Mr. Jeff,
Thank you so much for coming to our classroom and teaching us about killer whales. I learned that killer whales have 25 ways to talk. My favorite part was you got whale poop that made me laugh a lot. I wonder do people work with you?
“Thank you Jeff for teaching us about orcas. I learned a lot about orcas. I cannot wait to see you again.
Thank you for coming to school. I now love orcas. Thank you for the orca cards. I learned that showering less is better for orcas.”
News & Events
KWTales Deep Dive: Remote Learning
Join us for an hour long activity and find out what the world is like for a Southern Resident killer whale. Open to the public and based on our in class curriculum. Checkout the offerings and time by clicking register below. Free.
(55mins/3rd-6th grade, 25 participants per session)
Save the Date
KWT 20th Anniversary Celebration
Save the date for the Killer Whale Tales’ 20th anniversary celebration on May 18, 2024.
Tickets now available on Eventbrite.