We had such a wonderful day cleaning Crosby Beach today and are so thankful for everyone that joined us!
We hope you feel inspired to get cleaning your nearest beach and find out more about looking after our oceans!
Don’t forget to check out all the awesome work @4ocean is doing all over the world!
We are continually overwhelmed with the support we receive on the documentary journey!
🏝🧽 BEACH CLEAN ALERT 🚨• • •
We are so excited to have our first beach clean approaching and really hope you can come join us!
Details ⤵️ ...
• Crosby Beach, Liverpool, L23 6SX
• March 30th, 12 - 3pm
• Clean at your own risk 🤣
• If you have gloves or litter pickers etc bring them along
• Stick around afterwards to have snacks and drinks with us!...
#beachclean#crosbybeach#plasticpollution#4ocean#searchingforchinook *Link to FB event in bio!*
Something slightly different in support of my amazing brother, but a hugely relevant topic - Please take some time to have a listen. There are some extremely interesting points in relation to how it affects our diet, along with how our diet is affecting both us and those we share this amazing planet with
Sustainability is hot on the agenda in terms of our planet and how we can look after our home with the real issue that is climate change.
Check out my brother @alexmccormac on his podcast debut for a view of an Earth Scientist - Idealpult with Kevin Fleming on Spotify and Apple Music 🌍
Forever beaming with pride at this one!! Yas bro 💪🏼
And a cheeky shout out to the amazing @searchingforchinook 🐳
A huge reminder of how the smaller changes to look after ourselves can have a greater impact 💡 - Listen to find out more
🔱Orca Action of the day🔱: .
Let’s all write handwritten letters to protect our 75 Southern Resident Orcas from extinction. . ✍🏼Breaching the lower four snake river dams is the ONLY way to save the dwindling Chinook Salmon and 75 Southern Resident Orcas. These dams need to be breached IMMEDIATELY!🐟🐬. .
. 🔹Snake River Chinook Salmon Facts:
. •1. Historical Chinook Salmon numbers for the Snake River range from 10-16 million per year.
. •2. In 2018 Chinook Salmon were forecasted at 100K, the forecast fell way short and only 67K actually returned.
. •3. In 2019 the Chinook Salmon forecast is 48K. Only 8,200 of those Chinook are wild salmon.
. . 🆘 Breaching the Lower Four Snake River Dams is the ONLY bold, sustainable, realistic, intelligent, reasonable solution to save our Southern Resident Orcas and the Chinook Salmon from extinction. .
. 🔺Governor Jay Inslee🔺: 416 14th Avenue SW
Beautiful Orca Photograph by our friend:📷@slatermoorephotography
Join the journey @searchingforchinook and don't stop believing! 💃It can get bit overwhelming if you are the sort that gives a hoot about our planet and the beings that reside upon it. It feels like too big of a battle but as Jane Goodall says "there is still so much left to fight for". And small everyday changes in our lives can add up collectively to immense victories. I have nothing but love and admiration for the dedicated women who are @searchingforchinnook. If you want to know more about the Southern Residents and how we can all help save them from extinction head on over. 🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟 #searchingforchinook
Family above all else. If only humanity could put others needs before their own like the Southern Resident Killer Whales do. Watching starving mothers feed their own babies before they take a single bite was sobering. Remember to boycott Chinook Salmon when dining out.
Meet the team Monday 🙋🏼♀️ • • • • • • •
We thought our followers might like to get to know us a little better so over the next few weeks we will be doing 'Meet the Team' posts! Each Monday we will post a team member and on the following Friday any questions that have been left in comments or messaged in will be answered in our insta story! So go ahead ask whatever you like...⬇️ We will start with - Alexandra @alexinwonderlust
Producer/Director/Presenter and the brains behind the whole operation!
Fun Fact: Alex does a great impression of an orca vocalising... she also loves the Spice Girls! 💙
New Zealand killer whale culture is amazing. They are known to play with the locals at the killer surf spots. Public involvement and awareness is also much better overall in New Zealand. During our time down there with the Orca Research Trust, sighting reports were being made by adults and children who would know which individuals they were reporting by name and they would know to include direction of travel, individuals present, time of day and behavior.