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Southern Resident killer whales swim by in the Salish Sea.

Lucky is the new calf born to the endangered Southern Resident killer whale population

This is not Lucky. Lucky is the new calf born to the endangered Southern Resident killer whale population! Confirmed today by the Center for Whale Research the calf – designated L124 and born to L77 – has been named Lucky. The recovery of this population is a major focus of our work @raincoastconservation. Through 2019 we will be …

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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…

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Join Raincoast at the Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney tonight

There are actions we can take to help stabilize the Southern Resident population of killer whales. These steps include increasing food supply and quality, reducing pollution and addressing acoustic disturbance from all types of vessel. Science tells us this can make a difference. To find out more join us at the Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney tonight. …

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