Every Orca Counts
The Southern Resident orcas living along the West Coast are down to just 76 individuals. Restoring streams that feed into the Pacific, planting trees that benefit regional habitat, and engaging the next generation of orca caretakers will help these pods have the food and clean water they need to thrive.
We need your help. Promise the Pod to make a change before it’s too late.
Ours also has a WHO.
On July 24, 2018 the first calf born to the group in three years died after being alive for only half an hour. The mother, J35 Tahlequah, carried her baby’s lifeless body on her back for over 2 weeks—a period of mourning never before seen. Today, the West Coast whales are the only segment of orcas listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Extinct means forever, but endangered means we have time to bring this pod back from the brink.