Save Endangered Orcas from Extinction

Urge the administration to save the last 84 Southern Resident orcas — and help protect their coastal home from destruction.

A population of wild orcas in the Pacific Northwest is teetering on the brink of extinction — there are only 84 left in the world. These iconic whales, known as Southern Resident killer whales, are protected under the Endangered Species Act — but they're starving as their main source of food, Chinook salmon, disappears. Urge the administration save Southern Resident killer whales by protecting their coastal home from destruction.

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  • Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, Acting Administrator, NOAA

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