Southern Resident Killer Whales
| Southern Resident Killer Whales are endangered. They struggle to find enough food to eat and are vulnerable to contaminants. Noise pollution and disruption from boats interfere with their hunt for prey. The 2021 Management Measures have been put in place to reduce disturbance from boats and to protect Chinook Salmon, an important food source for Southern Resident Killer Whales.
Join Rachel Schoeler, Public Outreach Education Officer with Parks Canada, and Nadine Einarson, Program Policy Analyst with Transport Canada to learn more about the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales and actions you can take to help protect them!
This webinar was recorded in June 2021.
- Boating Around Killer Whales in Coastal BC – Fishery Measures for Southern Resident Killer Whales: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tP-5NBHIOQ&t=0s
- Boating Around Killer Whales in Coastal BC – Give Them Space: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmHE-AG-730&t=0s
- Boating Around Killer Whales in Coastal BC – Interim Sanctuary Zones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7hRkfdarQI&t=0s
Kwentens ?e to Sinkwu – Guardian of the Sea
Thank you to Raquel Joe, from the Tem Swiya museum in Sechelt, and the shishlah Nation for sharing this video.
PHOTO: still from video J34, kwentens e to sinkwu, shishalh Nation museum.