A New Baby in L Pod

illustrator: Hilary Cole by Center for Whale Research The Center for Whale Research (CWR) is thrilled to confirm that a new calf, L125, has been born into the southern resident killer whale (SRKW) community. Following word that J, K, and L pod were in Haro Strait, CWR dispatched [Read More...]

By |2022-03-10T07:40:27-08:00March 26, 2021|Salish Sea|

Can We Fix Puget Sound’s Beaches?

Editor’s Note: This series was originally published in the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound. by Christopher Dunagan Recap of Part 1 If building a new bulkhead has undesirable effects on the Puget Sound ecosystem, then removing old bulkheads should help with the recovery effort, experts say. As part of a four-year focus on [Read More...]

By |2022-03-13T11:08:22-07:00February 9, 2019|Salish Sea|

Can We Fix Puget Sound’s Beaches?

by Christopher Dunagan Part 1 New numbers show progress in the state’s efforts to remove shoreline armoring, but they don’t tell the whole story. For the second year in a row, more shoreline armoring — such as rock and concrete bulkheads — has been removed than constructed in Puget Sound, [Read More...]

By |2022-03-13T13:44:46-07:00January 6, 2019|Salish Sea|
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