Push the “Listen Live” button above to use the new Orcasound app to listen for whales.
As an Orcasound citizen scientist, the most important thing you can do is listen for whales using the Orcasound app, but here are some other things you can do:
1) Participate in a citizen science project
- If you hear killer whales or other interesting sounds while listening with the Orcasound app please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Log your observations in a collaborative Google spreadsheet.
- Use the Salish Sea sound tutor to learn to recognize sounds that we commonly hear on the live hydrophones.
2) Listen to recorded sounds
You may also browse through our collection of historic recordings from the five locations we have monitored over the years through the network:
3) Listen to other live and near-real-time audio streams:
- Test your listening skills with Canadian hydrophones (around Vancouver Island and further north on the B.C. coast)
- Lime Kiln (on west side of San Juan Island in Haro Strait, maintained by SMRU and The Whale Museum)