Today the Orca Network sighting team was working like a well-oiled machine. The steady stream of sighting reports from dedicated… Read more A Bush Point 1st: J pod & L87 heard live!
A couple hours ago in the dark December night, attentive listeners monitoring the live stream from the Orcasound Lab hydrophones… Read more Humpback and Bigg’s killer whales serenading in the darkness
On Sunday, June 10, 2018, to help celebrate Orca Month, the Langley Whale Center unveiled the Pat Price Ocean Listening… Read more Antique phone booth becomes an ocean listening exhibit with a Raspberry Pi and HTML5 content
Yesterday in the wee hours of the morning (1:38 a.m.), I received an email from Susan Berta of Orca Network… Read more When ships go bang in the night (in orca habitat)
To celebrate a year of progress since the successful completion of our 2017 Kickstarter campaign, today we’ve published a list… Read more Happy Kickstarter Anniversary & thanks to the Founders
Over the winter of 2017-2018 a team of acoustic experts, hardware geeks, and software developers have been working to realize… Read more Orcasound’s new live-audio solution: from hydrophone to headphone with a Raspberry Pi computer and HLS/DASH streaming software
One of the most intense sounds emitted by animals on Earth is the echolocation click of the sperm whale. When… Read more Sperm whale echolocation clicks heard 50 kilometers away within the Salish Sea?
This month we have an incredibly rare opportunity to listen for a lone sperm whale in the Salish Sea. Known… Read more After 3 decades, a sperm whale is heard in the Salish Sea
There are a wonderful and growing array of hydrophones monitoring the ocean soundscapes of British Columbia, Canada. This post provides… Read more Shortcuts for listening to the Canadian Pacific
We have now backed up all of the visual, acoustic, and AIS data that we collected during the 2017 vessel… Read more Synopsis of raw data: behavioral, acoustic, & AIS (ship tracking)