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Illustrated by Jim Toomey, creator of the nationally syndicated comic strip “Sherman’s Lagoon,” these notecards highlight the quirks of each site in the national marine sanctuary system. Each card is different, featuring an illustration on the front and general information on the back. The cards measure 6 1/4" x 4 5/8" and are blank inside.

Each set contains 14 cards – one for each site in the sanctuary system – and 14 blank envelopes.
Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is leading the charge for whale research and conservation in the American Northeast. Through sanctuary efforts, Stellwagen Bank, once a popular site for hunting whales, is today better known as one of the top-ten whale watching destinations in the world. This original painting by NMSF Artist-in-Residence Tom Freeman depicts mother and calf humpback whales in a collage of icons relating to Stellwagen's conservation efforts. This high-quality print measures 22"x 28" in overall size. The image itself is 18"x 24".

Each print is numbered, personally signed by the artist, and comes with a certificate of authenticity!
Based on the famed film series, Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures, this is the definitive guide to America’s Southeast national marine sanctuaries. Featuring the Florida Keys, Gray’s Reef, and Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuaries, this guide from Ocean Futures Society combines detailed information with stunning photography and behind-the-scenes stories. It’s your best resource for planning your trip to our Southeast sanctuaries. Based on the famed film series, Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures, this is the definitive guide to America’s Northeast national marine sanctuaries. Featuring the Thunder Bay, Stellwagen Bank, and Monitor National Marine Sanctuaries, this guide from Ocean Futures Society combines detailed information with stunning photography and behind-the-scenes stories. It’s your best resource for planning your trip to our Northeast sanctuaries.
Based on the famed film series, Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures, this is the definitive guide to America’s West Coast national marine sanctuaries. Featuring the Channel Islands, Cordell Bank, Gulf of the Farallones, Monterey Bay, and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuaries, this guide from Ocean Futures Society combines detailed information with stunning photography and behind-the-scenes stories. It’s your best resource for planning your trip to our West Coast sanctuaries. "USS Monitor: A Historic Ship Completes Its Final Voyage” was released in February 2012 to celebrate the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Civil War iron clad that changed modern naval warfare. The USS Monitor sank on December 31, 1862, in stormy seas in an area off of North Carolina’s coast known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic, and its final resting place became America’s first national marine sanctuary. Books signed by author Dr. John Broadwater are exclusively sold through the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. The Lone Star Book Review gives "USS Monitor: A Historic Ship Completes Its Final Voyage" a "Wow +" rating and says, "This is one really nice book! This covers the complete history of the USS MONITOR from day one up to the present salvage operation of the turret and two cannons. This includes the preservation operation of the items found inside the turret. This book will be the standard for the history of the USS MONITOR." Complement your Ocean Count shirt purchase with an additional donation to further support the Sanctuary Ocean Count or to support whale rescue and research, or other education and outreach efforts at the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, with a 100% tax-deductible contribution. Selecting this donation will allow you to enter the amount of your choosing to donate, and the total will be added to your store purchase at checkout. Thank you in advance for your generosity! Written by NMSF Trustee Emeritus Jean Michel Cousteau, this book, a compliment to the PBS Series of the same name, offers a behind the scenes and personal account of each member of the Expedition Team as they explore the 13 National Marine Sanctuaries and the new Marine National Monument. Limited press run of 1,000 editions, 258 pages, hardbound with dust jacket and slip case. $200 is tax deductible.
Album Cover for “Songs in the Key of Sea” CD by Kimberly Ford Photo of “Reflections: A Florida Keys Experience” DVD Kai Palaoa CD
Kai Palaoa CD
Price: $15.00
Jazz singer Kimberly Ford combines her love of music with her passion for the sea in this themed CD featuring jazz standards like ‘How Deep is the Ocean’ and ‘The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea’ with some original material.  The CD includes bonus video material from underwater filmmaker Mike De Gruy. Enjoy the beauty and diversity of the Florida Keys as you follow the film’s main character through her childhood into adulthood and her many discoveries along the way.  From the mangroves and sea grass to the reef and open ocean, award-winning filmmakers Bob Talbot and Pete Zuccarini take you on an unforgettable journey through this unique and fragile ecosystem. Four-time Grammy Award winner Daniel Ho, singer-songwriter Jack Johnson, and ki-hoïalu master Kawika Kahiapo are just a few of Hawaii's finest musicians to collaborate on a new CD dedicated to ocean conservation.   Kai Palaoa honors Hawaii's deep and ancient connection to the ocean and encourages others to help protect and conserve its special treasures. Kai Palaoa was made possible through the support of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation through the Ernest F. Hollings Ocean Awareness Trust Fund. Papānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is the single largest fully-protected area in the United States and one of the largest marine protected areas in the world. It is also one of the remotest, separated by thousands of miles of Pacific Ocean from the closest major city. Papahānaumokuākea is the first and only mixed (natural and cultural) World Heritage Site in the United States, recognized for its outstanding value to humanity. Help support the management and conservation of this special place with a 100% tax-deductible contribution. Mahalo (thank you) for your support!
Support Marine Debris Cleanup and Outreach in the Monument with the purchase of these limited-edition T-shirts. Purchase at link below:

PURCHASE T-SHIRTS HERE!

Each year, approximately 50 tons of marine debris are removed from the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands - all of it coming from elsewhere! Proceeds will go toward Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument's efforts to address marine debris and other threats to the marine environment. Mahalo!