There are only around 70 Southern Resident Killer Whales remaining in the wild and they’re looking directly at extinction if things don’t change now. Southern Resident Orcas are emotionally intelligent and they have complex family dynamics. They also have a deep spiritual connection to the tribes and first nations who’ve been in the Salish Sea since time immemorial. Over the next six weeks, we’ll dive into those issues and more, with some brilliant guests joining us along the way. Click subscribe and spread the word!
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I listened to this podcast non-stop over a week. Every guest had so much to share and the information was really pertinent not only to the plight of southern resident orca as a flagship species, but the ecology and spirit of the Pacific Northwest itself. As a new biologist finishing up my BSc this fall, this podcast has been a real lightning rod of inspiration for my future career. But you don’t need to be a biologist to love this podcast, all of the information is easily digestible. The point w... more
I really enjoy the podcast, I’m currently living in Idaho and it connects me to my roots and inspires me to stay connected.
I learned so much incredible trivia about the lives of these whales and how different the southern resident orcas are than the other killer whales. They have a distinct culture, for instance, they do a greeting line when the different pods encounter each other, which none of the other orca groups do! This podcast was so inspirational to listen to and gives you a window into what’s going on underwater just outside our doors.
So appreciate the thoughtful coverage and wonderful guests!
The show highlights the diversity of issues facing the Southern Residents, interviews the experts in the field, and asks the important questions!
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