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HUGE THANKS 15,000 FOLLOWERS! (ambassadors twerk it)

August 20, 2017

HUGE THANKS 15,000 FOLLOWERS! (ambassadors twerk it)

ITS TIME TO CELEBRATE! ITS TIME TO TWERK!

We just hit 15,000 Followers on Instagram! THANK YOU! Let's continue to grow this audience and make wildlife conservation mainstream!

Make sure you're following us on Instagram:
www.instagram.com/one.species

Team, let's act NOW so that endangered orcas CAN recover! 

Scientists think Canada’s most endangered whale populations, like the Southern Resident Killer Whales, can recover, but only if we act now! Will you encourage action?

Right now, you can act by purchasing from our orca collection, where 10% goes to Cetus for new whale monitoring equipment!

You can also act by checking out the Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s new online consultation. This is your chance to weigh in on how to protect Canada’s most at-risk whales!

Check out this super engaging site to learn more about endangered Canadian whales!

We learned about Southern resident killer whales (SRKW) during our trip to British Columbia this summer. We learned that in order to improve the survival rate, these orcas need:

  • Acoustic refuge areas needed. Establish acoustic refuge areas within foraging and other key areas of SRKW habitat.
  • Close chinook fishing in critical habitat. Close commercial and recreational fishing for depleted chinook salmon in southern resident killer whale critical habitat.

 





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