Raincoast’s Misty MacDuffee speaks with CFAX about endangered killer whales

Misty speaks with Adam Stirling about the future of the Southern Resident killer whales and Raincoast's recent study.

Raincoast’s Wild Salmon Program Director, Misty MacDuffee, speaks with CFAX’s Adam Stirling about Raincoast’s new study on the endangered Southern Resident killer whales.

Read more about our new study, Evaluating anthropogenic threats to endangered killer whales to inform effective recovery plans.



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Adam Stirling from CFAX 1070.
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