San Juan Safaris Whale Watching is proud to be a member of the following organizations:

Pacific Whale Watch Association
Consists of 36 dedicated whale watching and ecotourism businesses committed to research, education and responsible wildlife viewing. Formerly known as Whale Watch Operators Association Northwest.

Audubon Society and San Juan Island Audubon.
Their mission is bird protection and research.

People for Puget Sound
Located in Seattle, their mission is to clean up and protect the Puget Sound, which includes the Salish Sea that our resident orca whale inhabit as well as salmon restoration.

Nature Conservancy
Conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters.

The Whale Museum
Promotes stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research.

San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce
Promotes and enhances the economic vitality of our community.

Center for Whale Research
Provides information on research, videos, sounds and field logistics on whales especially the Southern Resident Killer Whales.

San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau
Economic development and stewardship education through tourism for the San Juan Islands.

Wolf Hollow
Wildlife rehabilitation for the San Juan Islands and beyond.

Orca Network
Enhancing awareness of the Southern Resident Orca community to foster a stewardship ethic to protect and restore orca habitat.

American Cetacean Society
Whale and dolphin conservation, education and research from the oldest cetacean conservation group in the world.

Links to other sites that we find meaningful to wildlife:

Seadoc Society
A marine ecosytem health program 


Learn more about our Conservation Initiative.