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The situation for endangered Puget Sound orcas is urgent.
If Oregon's state agencies approve Big Coal's irresponsible plans in the coming weeks, it would increase the pollutants in the orca whales' already sensitive environment—and the effects could be devastating for orcas.
With time running out to get the message through to the agencies in charge, we need to show overwhelming national opposition to Big Coal's dangerous plans—and we can't do it without you.
The orcas that return to the Puget Sound each summer live in close-knit family units their entire lives and are among the most intelligent animals in the world. But if these families of orcas are going to survive in the Pacific Northwest, they need clean water and plenty of salmon—it's as simple as that.
At this pivotal moment in our campaign, your support can help stop Big Coal from bringing hundreds of millions of tons of toxic coal to orcas' habitat. More than 50,000 wildlife advocates across the country have signed the petition opposing these disastrous projects, but we can't stop there.
Time is running out, and we must ensure that the state and federal agencies in charge hear the widespread public opposition to Big Coal's Northwest plans.
Time after time, you've stood up for wildlife, and I can't tell you how much I thank you for it. When coal companies withdrew three of their coal export proposals during the last year, it was because of dedicated wildlife advocates like you.
Your donation today can truly make a difference for orcas in the Puget Sound. We can continue to educate the public and agencies about the costs of coal to wildlife and mobilize hundreds of thousands of concerned citizens across the country, so that these iconic animals can once again thrive in the waters of Puget Sound.