For orcas’ sake, don’t hook a Chinook this summer
This year, southern resident orcas returned to the Salish Sea later than ever recorded, compromising the time they have to feed with minimal interference. People and whole communities should voluntarily keep Chinook salmon in the water to help the southern residents this summer.
Senior Science and Policy Analyst
Ontario government’s housing plan bulldozes wildlife protections
Bill 108 would make it easier for developers to prioritize economic considerations over the protection of at-risk animals and habitat they need to survive.
Ontario Science Campaigns Manager
Canada needs ocean conservation leadership to stem loss of marine life
Progress in ocean protection is indeed happening, but are we doing enough fast enough? Damage to ocean habitats and the resulting impacts on fish populations is a serious concern.
Science Projects Manager