Two orca whales swimming in the ocean.

Salmon and orcas don’t know borders – and neither should our conservation efforts

Under the warm Wyoming sun, the only sounds I hear as we drift down the Snake River are the calls of birds and the occasional ripple of a trout surfacing to capture an insect. At six years old, I listen attentively as my Dad explains that a Mayfly hatch is emerging, which I can see hovering just above the water. “You have to observe what the insects are doing, and match your fly to the latest…


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