在White Rock，Johnson Rd.與Russell Ave.的交叉口處，有一面大壁畫，是本地的一個重要地標。
壁畫的作者是Wyland (Marine Wildlife Artist)，於Sep. 29, 1984捐贈給White Rock City。
The Grey Whale Family (Whaling Wall IV)
Fourth in a Series of International Murals Dedicated to the Great Whales Forever
The only species of the family Eschrichtidae, this whale, hunted to the brink of exsticion has survived through an effort of by conservationists to protect it since 1946.
The death of seven Grey Whales in the White Rock area in 1984 illustrates the need to be vigilant protecting our fragile marine eco-systems from the ravages of pollution.
The mural depicts the passage of a mother and calf with a male escort as they pass by White Rock on their annual migration from Baja, Mexico to the Bering and Chukchi Sea off Siberia, a trip of 9,600Km (6,000 miles) which take six to eight weeks at a speed of 160Km (100 miles) per day.
Family : Eschrichtius Robustus
Length : Up to 13.5 meters (45 Feet)
Weight : Up to 18,144 kilograms (40,000 pounds)
Lifespan : 40-60 years
Food : Copepods, sea cucumbers, and small fishes
Calves drink 50 gals. of milk daily
Habitat : Shallow Inlets, bays and inshore coastal waters
Populations : Approax:16,000 (1984) in the Pacific.
The North Atlantic Ocean population is extinct.