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Making some noise to have whales heard
Searching for silence – and solutions – in the Salish Sea for orcas

Recent orca birth brings hope to endangered population
Better news for the population of critically endangered southern resident killer whales who welcomed a new orca calf into JPod.

A Christmas wish
I'm not Santa, but my colleagues and I will continue to work hard at protecting endangered species, and to give them a voice as we 'plan' the future of their home. The future of all species on this planet is in our hands.

A Lament for the Orca
The recent death of Rhapsody, a pregnant female southern resident orca, highlights the precarious situation of the southern resident killer whale (SRKW) population that inhabit the waters of Southern BC and Washington State, an area generally known as the Salish Sea.

WWF holiday adoption gift guide: Introducing the marine biologist hero doll!
This holiday season, WWF is introducing frontline hero dolls for you to adopt and take home. Let’s meet the marine biologist!