Thanks to Orca Network — both for hosting the Bush Point hydrophone and for alerting the network (via a post… Read more Happy 4th! Bigg’s killer whales heard at Bush Point
Building on the successful generation of Orcasound open-source software through hackathons during 2018-2019, Orcasound applied in early 2020 to be… Read more Orcasound becomes host for Google Summer of Code students
Thanks to multiple hall-of-fame Orcasound hackers joining forces with a few Orcasound Google Summer of Code students yesterday, we’re excited… Read more Orcasound 2.0 launched via all-virtual hackathon
This evening Val and Leslie Veirs of the Orcasound Lab node reported hearing humpback whale sounds. Here is a sample… Read more First Orcasound recording of humpback song in Haro during January!
As of Monday (12/16/2019), new and vastly improved hydrophones are now operating at Bush Point B&B on Whidbey Island. Because… Read more New Lab-core hydrophones on the Bush Point B&B pilings!
In a year when Southern Resident killer whales have been scarce in the inland waters of Washington, today was a… Read more K & L pods call in boat noise at Orcasound Lab
Over the last month or two the Bush Point hydrophone signal has been getting slowly weaker. Recently, I’ve had to… Read more Quick tune-up for the Bush Point hydrophone
Alison Morrow put together a great King5 piece presenting the Orcasound hydrophone network and the issue of underwater noise pollution… Read more King5 story: Orcasound & ship noise
I couldn’t sleep last night and ended up in front of the computer. Wondering whether to read about the Muller… Read more Unusual SRKW calls at 2 a.m. in Haro Strait, and then ship noise (again)
In the December darkness of a recent Friday night (~18:00 on 12/7/18) Orcasound app listeners witnessed a rare and unprecedented live… Read more Bigg’s bangs: the sound of marine mammal death heard live?