The more we learn about Southern Resident Killer Whales, the more we realize the importance of salmon to their existence. Chinook salmon alone are estimated to comprise a minimum of 80% of the diet of this endangered whale population! As the saying goes “no fish… no blackfish”. That’s why many people concerned with the long-term survival of killer whales on the Pacific coast have decided to support the Pacific Salmon Foundation’s efforts to restore Chinook and Coho in the Strait of Georgia through the Salish Sea Marine Survival Project. We are proud to receive financial support ($1/customer) from the following whale watching and eco-tourism businesses to support our work: