The real-time audio streams, citizen science projects, educational materials, and outreach projects of Orcasound are brought to you by the current network members, listed below, who have e-signed the 2021-2025 Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). Any organization or individual is welcome to join the network (for free!), either as the host of a hydrophone node, a researcher or citizen scientist, an educator/activist, or a general volunteer.

If you’re an individual wanting to volunteer, collaborate, or donate, check out the many ways you can support Orcasound. Everyone can listen for whales, and learn the diverse sounds of the Salish Sea.

If you’re an organization wanting to join the network as the host of a new hydrophone node, an educational/outreach node, or both — just read the history, mission, and vision of the network, e-sign the MOA, and then email info@orcasound.net to begin collaborating. There are no membership fees — just benefits, roles, and responsibilities.

Current cooperating members:

Beam Reach 
Colorado College Physics and Environmental Science Departments
Orca Network
501(c)3 donation page
 
Port Townsend Marine Science Center
501(c)3 donation page
 
Orca Behavior Institute
501(c)3 supporters page
 
Cetacean Research Technology 
Whale Scout
501(c)3 act page
 
Deep Green Wilderness
501(c)3 donation page
Oceans Initiative
501(c)3 donation page
Friends of Lime Kiln Society (FOLKS)
501(c)3 donation page
The Whale Trail
501(c)3 donation page
The Center for Whale Research
501(c)3 donation page
 
Pacific Mammal Research
501(c)3 donation page
Sound Action
501(c)3 donation page