Help save wild orcas from extinction!

Endangered Southern Resident killer whales, also known as orcas, are starving to death as dams on the lower Snake River decimate the Chinook salmon they need to survive. Take action to demand that the government considers removing the dams and replacing them with clean energy alternatives — and help save these majestic whales from extinction.

Endangered Southern Resident killer whales, also known as orcas, are starving to death — there are only 78 of the majestic whales left in the world. The culprit: four outdated dams on the lower Snake River in Eastern Washington State that are wiping out the orcas' main food source — salmon. Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to consider removing these four dams and replacing them with clean energy alternatives — and help save wild orcas from extinction.

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Photo: Center for Whale Research taken under Federal Permits NMFS 15569 / DFO SARA 388

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