Thursday, 6 July 2017

If you want to save a whale, first save its food

                           |OBSERVER - David Suzuki
Orcas breaching - photo credit - Robert Pittman - NOAA
Two of British Columbia’s most iconic species, chinook salmon and southern resident killer whales, are in trouble. The whale depends on the salmon for survival. Is it time to manage chinook fisheries with killer whales in mind? Story here.

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