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
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
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!
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)
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?
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