Showing posts tagged as "sea otter tax"

Help keep an otter happy! It’s not too late for California residents to “check the box” on state tax forms to help save sea otters. The fund supports researchers and partners trying to understand the issues facing the threatened southern sea otter—and help the population recover.Learn more  

Help keep an otter happy! It’s not too late for California residents to “check the box” on state tax forms to help save sea otters. The fund supports researchers and partners trying to understand the issues facing the threatened southern sea otter—and help the population recover.

Learn more  


Just a few weeks left! California residents, please “check the box” on your state tax form to help save sea otters! The fund supports researchers and partners who are working to understand the impacts facing the threatened southern sea otter, and to find ways to recover the population in California.  (Gerry Lemmo)Learn more.

Just a few weeks left! California residents, please “check the box” on your state tax form to help save sea otters! The fund supports researchers and partners who are working to understand the impacts facing the threatened southern sea otter, and to find ways to recover the population in California.  (Gerry Lemmo)

Learn more.


It’s not too late! Help save sea otters when filing your California tax return!
Learn more. 

It’s not too late! Help save sea otters when filing your California tax return!

Learn more

Help Sea Otters with California Tax Check-Off
Californians, did you know you can help save sea otters when filing your California Resident Income Tax Return? The Fund supports researchers and federal and state agencies working to understand what’s threatening sea otters and to find ways to help them recover.
When filling out your California income tax form 540, look for line 410 labeled California Sea Otter Fund, under Voluntary Contributions. Enter whatever amount you wish to donate ($1.00 or more).
Learn more about the sea otter tax check-off. 
 

Help Sea Otters with California Tax Check-Off

Californians, did you know you can help save sea otters when filing your California Resident Income Tax Return? The Fund supports researchers and federal and state agencies working to understand what’s threatening sea otters and to find ways to help them recover.

When filling out your California income tax form 540, look for line 410 labeled California Sea Otter Fund, under Voluntary Contributions. Enter whatever amount you wish to donate ($1.00 or more).

Learn more about the sea otter tax check-off

 

The California State Sea Otter Fund passed, and not just by a whisker! The fund now has $288,817 to support sea otter research and conservation in 2012. Thanks for checking the box on your state tax form!  If you’ve yet to file for 2011, you can still contribute. 

The California State Sea Otter Fund passed, and not just by a whisker! The fund now has $288,817 to support sea otter research and conservation in 2012. Thanks for checking the box on your state tax form!  If you’ve yet to file for 2011, you can still contribute

About me

The Monterey Bay Aquarium, perched on the edge of a world-famous coastline, is your window to the wonders of the ocean. It’s located on historic Cannery Row in Monterey and is open daily except Christmas Day.

For more information about our animals and exhibits, and to view our live web cams, please visit www.montereybayaquarium.org.

Hours of operation vary by season. Daily schedules and tickets are available on our website or by calling
(831) 648-4800.