Demystifying the Killer Whales of BC S1 E8

Raincoast’s Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program educates our future leaders. The Coastal Insights online education webinars are a part of this effort.

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Killer whales are iconic to the Pacific Northwest and deeply rooted as cultural and spiritual symbols for the Coast Salish peoples. Join us as we examine their complex intellect, behaviour, language, and culture. This episode provides excellent opportunities to learn about adaptations, complex food webs, survival needs, sustainability of systems, and current threats to the killer whales of BC.

Misty MacDuffee is a passionate conservationist and Raincoast’s Wild Salmon Program Biologist and Director.

Maureen Vo is Raincoast’s Development and Education Coordinator. She helps inspire youth with experiential, place-based learning in Raincoast’s Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program.

Miriam Holmes is a grade 12 student and alumni from Raincoast’s Salish Sea Emerging Student program. She is also currently working as a Junior Leader for Raincoast.

Live lesson: June 17, 2020 @ 1pm PST

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