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Save The Sea Otters
Return Us to Our Home
A Healthy Kelp Forest
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HELP PROTECT OUR HABITAT
Restore the Kelp Forests
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Thank You for Visting Our Booth at the
Grand Avenue Festival
In Escondido, California Thanks to all who joined & purchsed Otter Republic stuff. It was a great success!
We Love Our Supporters

Sea Otter Foundation

The Sea Otter Foundation is working to ensure that the natural role of sea otters help to restore and maintain healthy kelp forests habitats, on the Oregon Coast and along the Southern California and Baja Coastline.

Our mission is to restore the sea otter colonies in California, Oregon, and Mexico, which ensures a healthy kelp forest habitat.

Where Do Sea Otters Belong?

Sea Otters belong within the kelp forest ecosystems. Sea Otters Love Sea Urchins. When they eat urchins they save the kelp forests from devastation. This video will help you to understand the difference with sea otters. Please watch.

THANKs to all of you who VISITed OUR BOOTH AT The
Grand Ave Festival
Escondido, CA
And Thanks to all of you who visited us at this year's Fiesta del Sol in Solana Beach, California

Save The Sea Otters is a campaign by The Sea Otter Foundation. Our goal is to build political, financial, and public support to re-establish sea otters into Southern California by 2020!

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Sea Otter Foundation at Fiesta del Sol
New! Sea Otter Count for Central California
3,272
Sea Otters in Oregon, So Cal, & Mexico
12
Sea Otters off San Diego last 100 years
1
Historical Sea Otter Population
1 Million
Commit To Save the Sea Otters

Sea Otter Foundation Memberships Help Bring Otters Back Home.

For southern sea otters to be considered for removal from the “Threatened” species list, the population index would have to exceed 3,090 for three consecutive years, according to the Southern Sea Otter Recovery Plan established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

USGS.gov

Slowly Swimming Towards Recovery, California’s Sea Otter Numbers Holding Steady
Commit To Saving the Sea Otters

Sea Otter Foundation Memberships Help Bring Otters Back Home.

For southern sea otters to be considered for removal from the “Threatened” species list, the population index would have to exceed 3,090 for three consecutive years, according to the Southern Sea Otter Recovery Plan established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

USGS.gov

Slowly Swimming Towards Recovery, California’s Sea Otter Numbers Holding Steady
Commit to Save the Sea Otters

Sea Otter Foundation Memberships Help Bring Otters Back Home.

For southern sea otters to be considered for removal from the “Threatened” species list, the population index would have to exceed 3,090 for three consecutive years, according to the Southern Sea Otter Recovery Plan established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

USGS.gov

Slowly Swimming Towards Recovery, California’s Sea Otter Numbers Holding Steady