HUNGER: The decline of salmon adds to the struggle of Puget Sound’s orcas

Twin monarchs of the Pacific Northwest, chinook salmon, and southern resident orcas, are struggling for survival after a century of habitat losses. From the Pacific to the inland waters of Puget Sound and its freshwater rivers, the changes have outpaced adaptation.

LINK (via: The Seattle Times)

No mention of the millions of additional hatchery Chinook that have been polluting the gene pool.

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