Tomorrow, Monday the 29th, is the last day to join ¡Viva Vaquita! at Hula’s Island Grill and Tiki Room in Monterey, California for Mahalo Mondays, where 10% of all sales go to ¡Viva Vaquita!. Dinner starts at 4 pm.
Please email Endangered Species Chocolate at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to make a Vaquita bar. It would be an enormous deal for such a big company to advertise the Vaquita!
Also, you probably noticed that I completely changed how my blog looks. I personally like it better now. How do you feel about it?
And, for the 100th News Update, I would like to end with a riddle. Submit your answers in the comments.
What is a Vaquita’s favorite model of computer?
If you haven’t noticed, I revamped my blog, making it more visually appealing. Please leave a comment letting me know if you like the new look better. Thanks!
Attention teachers or students: click here to visit the Last Chance for the Desert Porpoise website’s Education page. It includes great project ideas for your classes that seem very fun and intriguing. It is on an amazing and reliable website, and the projects are based on the documentary found on the site. The projects are a great way to teach people/learn about the Panda of the sea. If you would like to see the whole website, click here: http://vaquita.tv/.
I am very inspired by this quote that can be found on the ¡Viva Vaquita! website. It is by the Senegalese ecologist Baba Dioum:
In the end we will conserve only what we love;
We will love only what we
We will understand only what we have been taught.
It really reflects the whole purpose of my blog: to teach.
I have no idea why I waited so long, but I finally changed my blog to http://vlogvaquita.com/. It won’t affect any previous links to http://goldenliontamarin.wordpress.com/, they will redirect to the new site. It’ll just make it easier to find my blog.
I know it is a little late, but I would like to show you a post that a cool guy named Brett Fish wrote about me in December called “The Little Cow That Could.” His article is extremely important to me. He is a very inspiring writer, and I insist you check out the rest of his blog as well.