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British Columbia’s coastline is 900 kilometres as the crow flies, but includes over 27,000 kilometers of archipelago, inlets, islands and fjords. This geography fosters a spectacular diversity, but also makes it vulnerable to a variety of threats, from oil spills to increasing industrialization. Our marine conservation program aims to protect and restore marine mammals, marine birds and forage fish.

Initiatives in our Marine Research and Conservation Program

Defining and Defending Marine Mammal Habitat 

The WHaLE Project

Protecting endangered killer whales

Marine Birds

Pacific Herring

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