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Joan Jett Joins Heart to Headline Seattle Concert in Support of Orca Research and Advocacy /
Co-Sponsored by Pacific Whale Watch Association / ABC News Radio / Feb 28, 2014

Heart, Joan Jett Headline Earth Day Concert at EMP /
Craig Sailor, Staff Writer,
Tacoma News Tribune / Feb 25, 2014



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Nancy and Ann Wilson on Makah Reservation 1999. Photo: Michael Harris, Baby WIld Films.


 

 

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   Heart's Nancy Wilson presents this dramatic reading of
   author/illustrator Paul Owen Lewis' award-winning children's
   book "STORM BOY," about a Chief's son who gets lost in a
   storm and finds himself in a strange village under the ocean.  
   From Michael Harris' Emmy Award-winning syndicated special,
   Baby Wild Films Presents: The Killer Whale People.  
   Music by Tim Truman.
 





   Nancy Wilson performs in Baby Wild Films Presents:
   The Killer Whale People.
Location: The Center for Whale

   Research, San Juan Island, WA.









 

   Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart perform in 
   Baby Wild Films Presents: Sea Otters, The Old
   Men of the Sea
 (2000). Location: Makah
   Reservation, WA. 

 

 





 

   "Namu to Shamu" / THE INLAND SEA
   With Jean-Michel Cousteau: Where Have

   All the Orcas Gone?
   A Film by Michael Harris