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
This month we have an incredibly rare opportunity to listen for a lone sperm whale in the Salish Sea. Known… Read more After 3 decades, a sperm whale is heard in the Salish Sea
We have now backed up all of the visual, acoustic, and AIS data that we collected during the 2017 vessel… Read more Synopsis of raw data: behavioral, acoustic, & AIS (ship tracking)
This morning, Labor Day, Leslie and Val took the old surveying transit down to the intertidal and made a series… Read more Val and Leslie survey the scene
The highlight of our first week of observing the surface and acoustic behavior of marine mammals in Haro Strait during… Read more Land-based team observes Bigg’s (Transient) killer whales during first week
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
Mid-frequency active (MFA) sonar pings were detected this morning (Monday, 2/6/12) on the Salish Sea Hydrophone Network by Jeanne Hyde… Read more Canadian sonar in U.S. waters