What else can I do?
Adding your photo to Tails for Whales is a great way to stand up and be counted as a protector of whales. But it’s only one way to help protect whales. Here are some other ways to make your voice be counted.
Encourage your friends and family to get involved. After all, the more photos we collect the harder it is for Governments to ignore us. Tell a friend about us! Click here to email to your friends and family.
If you have a camera, take your own photos of your friends, family and classmates or even random strangers (hey, we did!) and send them in. The more the merrier.
If you’re in the UK, visit www.stopwhaling.co.uk to send a letter to your local MP asking him or her to stop whaling.
Your photo can help us make petitions. The first Tails for Whales petition book was over 600 pages long and was delivered to Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, in March 2009. We will be delivering a similar book to US President, Barack Obama, in June 2010.