Happy Valentine’s Day! Let’s make this V-day one for the Vaquita!
If you missed it when it was live, please watch Dr. Anna Hall’s Vaquita lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLqkbkJ_fJs.
It is definitely a must-watch with some wonderful information and insight from a world-renowned porpoise expert.
Some ways you can help the Vaquita on V-day are buying my Vaquita book, writing a letter to the Mexican government showing your appreciation for their actions, donating to CEDO or VIVA Vaquita, sharing a Vaquita post on social media, or making a sustainable seafood dish. It all makes a difference.
With love from the Vaquita.
I am very impressed with the work you are doing. This is such a wonderful endeavor especially for someone as young as you. I am a mom and a physician. I have been helping my daughter, Victoria, with a school assignment on endangered animals. She chose to report on the Vaquita. I was wondering if you might tell us anything you know about the Vaquita’s sleep habits. Does it sleep? If so, were exactly does it sleep? We found it very difficult to determine anything about this topic through our internet search. We would like to contribute to the Vaquita’s cause and plan on purchasing a copy of your book.
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer. (Victoria’s assignment is due on March 6th).
Thank you so much! Vaquitas are not known to sleep or hide, but they do rest at random locations. If you have any other questions, a good place to start is https://vlogvaquita.com/favq/. Thank you for buying the book! I assume you know how to buy it. There is a link in the sidebar. If you need any more help please comment again. Good luck on the project!