Tell NOAA that orcas need more salmon, not less

Lack of Chinook salmon is the main threat to the Southern Resident killer whales, but when it comes to allocating the annual catch, they don't get a seat at the table. Without a fair share of the catch, they're at risk of extinction.

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Protect Endangered Killer Whales from Military Aircraft Noise

Vessel noise is one of three key threats to the survival of the Southern Resident killer whales, yet the Government is failing to consider the threat posed by military aircraft, whose noise underwater may be louder than vessels.

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Ask NOAA to Match Canada’s Salmon and Killer Whale Recovery Plan

Canada has a bold new plan to try to save Pacific salmon from extinction, which would also help safeguard a future for the endangered Southern Resident killer whales. What's the catch? Without a U.S. plan, how can they succeed?

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Remove Deadbeat Dams

The four lower Snake River dams choke off hundreds of miles of wild salmon spawning habitat, important to endangered Chinook. Dam breaching can help restore these wild salmon populations, and feed endangered orcas.

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