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…

A painting that looks like a photograph of two orca whales almost hugging half out of the water

Help us save the whales

This week we published new research that shows a 25% chance that the Southern Resident killer whales could be lost within the next 100 years. Lost forever. We also identified what their recovery…

Six images of tail fins of orca whales with differences arranged as a family tree

Whale family tree

That’s a whale of a family tree – Killer whales can be individually ID’d by their markings  & dorsal fin shape. We can use this info to keep track of who’s related to who and their movement. Kept these books close at hand while on board The Achiever!

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