Misty MacDuffee

Misty MacDuffee is conservation biologist with a focus on fisheries ecology in salmon ecosystems. For the past 15 years she has undertaken various types of field, laboratory, technical and conservation assessments in the salmon-bearing watersheds of the BC coast. She has a particular interest in the role of salmon as critical food sources for wildlife and incorporating their nutritional and energetic needs into salmon management decisions.
A mother and calf Southern Resident killer whale.

Save the whales: emergency closures needed now

We have been working with partners to compel emergency action from the federal government and, given the dire situation that has unfolded over the last few weeks and the lack of adequate action from the federal government, Raincoast and the David Suzuki Foundation are asking that they go further than the measures we have previously called for…

Fraser River mud flats and estuary

This morning’s field work site through wind and rain | Fraser Connectivity Project

This morning’s field work site… through wind and rain @raincoastconservation @dave.scott.bc View this post on Instagram This mornings field work site. ,,,, through wind and rain @raincoastconservation @dave.scott.bc #fraserconnectivityproject #mysalmonstory …

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