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Orca Network is grateful for generous support from the companies and groups below. If you or your company or group wish to help Orca Network continue this important work and wish to support us please drop us an E-Mail.


The Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation

To support the work of a wide variety of organizations that serve our communities.


The Center for Whale Research
Center for Whale Research

The Center for Whale Research (CWR) is dedicated to the study and conservation of the Southern Resident Killer Whale (Orca) population in the Pacific Northwest.


Helping Animals at Risk

Mission Statement:

Welcome to our animal support online store.

We offer beautiful apparel and clothing that will help you or your loved ones look stunning, while at the same time you show your commitment with wildlife conservancy.

Part of our profits are donated annually to Animal support charities. These organizations are free to use the funds in the way they consider more important to protect the wildlife.

Helping Animals At Risk



Earth Art International

"Animal Spirits" are inspired drawings in pen and ink. The drawings depict animal images, or totems, from around the world. Animal Totems represent a deep spirituality, and by beginning to understand animals' qualities and traits, we can learn from them.

Intricate pen & ink drawings on watercolor paper, meticulously hand -painted with acrylic paints. Look for the ladybug in every image: she represents good luck, happiness and prosperity!

Award winning Northwest artist Sue Coccia is from Edmonds, Washington.
Earth Art by Sue Coccia



Tulalip Tribes

The Tulalip Tribes is a federally-recognized Indian tribe located on the Tulalip Reservation in the mid-Puget Sound area bordered on the east by Interstate 5 and the city of Marysville, Washington; on the south by the Snohomish River; on the north by the Fire Trail Road (140th); and on the west by the waters of Puget Sound. The Tulalip Reservation exterior boundaries enclose a land-base of 22,000 acres, more than 50 percent of which is in federal trust status. The Reservation is rich with natural resources: marine waters, tidelands, fresh water creeks and lakes, wetlands, forests and developable land. The Tulalip Reservation was reserved for the use and benefit of Indian tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott of January 22, 1855. Its boundaries were established by the 1855 Treaty and by Executive Order of President U.S. Grant dated December 23, 1873. It was created to provide a permanent home for the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skagit, Suiattle, Samish and Stillaguamish Tribes and allied bands living in the region.
Tulalip Tribes


Washington State Ferries
Washington State Ferries

Washington State Ferries system.





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