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Trivia Quiz: Southern Resident Killer Whales – The Next Species Extinction

I have grown up hiking, camping, fishing, and boating by the Salish Sea. I have watched the whales from shore and quietly by boat. On a whale watching tour in 2009, I saw a super pod of J, K, and L including calves and adults. This irreplaceable whale species – currently at 73 members in the total global population – has cultural and spiritual significance to First Nations, British Columbians, Canadians, and the world. Let’s act to save them before it’s too late.

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The future of killer whale recovery

This free pdf is at my issuu online publication platform. It is a text transcript I did of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation’s educational livestream hosted by Bob McDonald of CBC. Link: The future of killer whale recovery. If humans don’t protect the whale’s habitat from noise pollution, the whales have no future.

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