After their first foray of the Southern Resident Killer Whales into Puget Sound this fall over the last couple days,… Read more Acoustic inference as J pod departs Puget Sound & heads to Canada
Today (9/27/2020) at least two pods of the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKW) came into the Salish Sea from… Read more Orcas head north & south for Salish Sea salmon
After not being present in the Salish Sea throughout August, the Southern Resident Killer Whales have visited Haro Strait this… Read more 911: superpod northbound at Orcasound Lab on a smokey night
On Saturday, July 18, 2020, Orcasound participated in “Summer Create-a-thon”, a hackathon run by DemocracyLab. Our goal was to design… Read more Orcasound’s Orca Sound Training Interface
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
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)
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!