Southern resident killer whales: Risks and realities
Headlines have linked the decline of Southern resident killer whales to just about everything—noise, shipping, toxins, whale watching and fishing. But are these the real threats to the survival of this iconic species? Hear from UBC marine mammal researcher Andrew Trites as he separates facts and research from popular assumptions. British Columbians care deeply about killer whales and feel responsible for protecting them.
This sold out talk took place September 27, 2018 in Victoria, BC.