Orca Love Stainless Steel Water Bottle With Straw, 20oz
In Puget Sound, we are lucky to have both Transient and Resident killer whales, or orcas. The Southern Residents typically live in inland or nearby coastal waters and survive primarily off of Chinook salmon, which makes up about 90% of their diet. The Transient or Bigg's killer whales are mammal hunters and prey on seals, porpoises, sea lions, dolphins, and even other types of whales. Transients can be found along the shores of Alaska, British Columbia, and even as far south as Southern California. Fortunately for us, they also spend quite a bit of time in the Salish Sea.
Learn more about these magnificent creatures at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center at Fort Worden State Park www.ptmsc.org or take a whale watching trip! One of our favorites is Puget Sound Express www.pugetsoundexpress.com You will want to bring this water bottle with you when you go, so order one today.
For hikers, bikers, joggers, and avid trackers of their water intake – these stainless steel straw bottles will be their best companion on the go. They come in one size – 20oz – plenty to last until the next refill, a plastic lid with a loop handle for easy carrying, and a leak-proof pivot spout for easy sipping. The plastic straw is included. The ORCA coating ensures this Edmonds.Love original design will be printed in high quality.
.: Coated stainless steel construction
.: One size: 20oz (0.6l)
.: Durable loop-handle plastic lid
.: Leak-proof plastic pivot spout for easy sipping
.: Inner plastic straw included