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!
Not all whale studies take place on the water. With some patience (letting the whales come to you) and a… Read more Theodolite tracks of ships and killer whales
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 After quite a few reports of killer whales in our vicinity this morning, we decided to… Read more Tracking southern resident killer whales among different combinations of boats and ships
Monday, September 4, 2017 We heard somebody describe today’s dispersion of whales on the west side of San Juan Island… Read more Second week highlight: welcoming home the southern resident killer whales!
After coming up with a new deployment scheme that we believe will be optimal for replacing or establishing Orcasound hydrophone… Read more Back-up calibrated hydrophone deployed
Below are a bunch of southern resident killer whale calls that were just auto-detected at the Orcasound hydrophones (~5km north… Read more J pod calls in Haro Strait and on the shelf
Sounds of southern resident killer whales were detected late in the night on Monday (2/6/12), the same day that the… Read more Endangered orcas in Haro Strait 18 hours after sonar use
Meg McDonald was first this morning (at 5:02 PST) to detect faint calls of southern resident killer whales at Lime… Read more Dawn chorus at Lime Kiln and Orcasound
Yesterday (10/4/11) there were many southern resident killer whale calls automatically and manually detected and recorded on first the Orcasound… Read more Superpod southbound since Stuart
Meg McDonald was the first to hear echolocation clicks and calls of southern resident killer whales this morning at 6:37.… Read more First catches of the Einar Nielsen Becky Barr Fishing Classic