Archive for February, 2015

We’re joined by Howard Garrett to discuss the newly added member of the endangered Southern Residents – Lolita, who lives at the Miami Seaquarium and what the implications of this decision may be for Lolita’s future. Also, Anna Gullickson, floatplane pilot, tells us the story of how she initiated a bill in Washington State to ban cetaceans in captivity.


Lolita at the Miami Seaquarium

Photo: Anne-Marie van Dijk


Photo – Emily Sunblade

More than 100 people came out to help Friends of North Creek Forest in the name of protecting and feeding killer whales and improving their community. This was out biggest event ever- and we could not be more grateful for all of your energy, positivity, and enthusiasm for getting outside and making a difference.

The West Duwamish Greenbelt improves the water quality of the Duwamish River by reducing storm water runoff, reducing erosion, and filtering out harmful chemicals. The key to saving Puget Sound’s orcas is to restore Chinook salmon habitat – let’s start right here, right now! Join the fun!

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