SB 5371 expands the buffer zone for endangered southern resident killer whales, who depend on sonar to hunt and communicate in the Salish Sea.
In 1931, an orca swam up the Columbia River to Portland and wound up pickled.
In 1931, a baby whale swam up the Columbia and wound up buried on a Washington mountain. Sound like Northwest lore? Well, it's true.
Based on Lopez Island, artist and environmentalist Raven Skyriver breathes endangered Salish Sea animals into fragile glass.
Lifelike creations celebrate endangered PNW marine animals.
Dr. Deborah Giles sees killer whales as better versions of us.
Studying orca poop to save the species.
Quiet Sound plans to work with the Northwest shipping industry to make it easier for marine creatures to navigate, find food and communicate.