An estimated 16 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean each year.

We're on a mission to stop this.

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Seabirds tell us a lot about the health of the ocean because they rely on the ocean’s continuing health and biodiversity to survive. Much like the “canary in the coal mine” warns of danger to come, declining seabird populations are one of the first indicators that the ocean is unwell.

The world’s seabird population has dropped dramatically in the last 60 years – an indication of the huge impact humanity is having on the ocean ecosystem. Many species are on the brink of extinction; the albatross family is especially imperiled, with 15 of 22 species threatened with extinction.

The speed at which seabird species are declining is another indicator that our efforts to remove plastic from the ocean are not only necessary, but mission critical.


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Almost 50% of all seabird species are in known or suspected population declines.

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99% of seabird species are expected to have ingested ocean plastic by 2050.

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Balloons and other soft plastics are particularly dangerous to the seabirds that ingest them and should not be released outdoors.

  • Represents the 1 pound of trash that you removed.
  • Beads are recycled glass.
  • Cord is recycled water bottles.
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  • Made from recycled materials.
  • Unisex design.
  • Adjustable from 2-5" in diameter.
  • 100% waterproof.

  • Represents the 1 pound of trash that you removed.
  • Beads are 100% recycled glass.
  • Cord is 100% recycled polyester.
  • Made from recycled materials.
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By purchasing this bracelet, you will remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines as well as help save seabirds.


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Minimum donation of $10,000 to BirdLife International based on net profits from the sale of the Seabird Bracelet during 2018.