Help save the oceans when you purchase a gift from Oceanic Society this holiday season. Our unique and meaningful gifts help study and protect ocean wildlife and habitats worldwide, and we have a variety of options for all of the ocean-lovers on your list.
Plus, shipping is free within the U.S. Order on or before December 16 to receive your items by Christmas.
Symbolic animal adoptions support the efforts of Oceanic Society and partners to study and protect ocean wildlife worldwide. You can adopt a bottlenose dolphin, a humpback whale, or an albatross. All adoptions come with a personalized certificate of adoption and information about the programs you are supporting. Visit our animal adoption center.
Each year, thousands of flip-flops wash ashore in East Africa creating an environmental disaster. Ocean Sole cleans up Kenya’s beaches and supports local community development through the creation and sale of animal sculptures made from recycled flip-flops. Choose from a variety of animals including lions, dolphins, gorillas, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, rhinos, and more. Available in our online store.
Produced in collaboration with the International League of Conservation photographers, this lavishly illustrated "coffee table" book examines the many ways in which life on Earth relies on a healthy ocean, as well as the many threats facing its integrity. More importantly, the book offers innovative solutions to those threats by some of the most respected and forward-thinking marine scientists. Shop in our store.
Show off your support for ocean conservation with an Oceanic Society t-shirt! These unisex style t-shirts are navy blue with a white logo on the chest. They are made from extra soft, 100% ring-spun USA cotton and are pre-washed to minimize shrinkage. Shop in our store.
Brian Hutchinson is Oceanic Society's vice president of outreach, co-founder of the State of the World's Sea Turtles Program, and program officer of the IUCN-SSC Marine Turtle Specialist Group. Brian holds a B.A. in zoology from Connecticut College, and has been working to advance global marine conservation for more than a decade.