Bigg's calling...humpback stirring!
15 Nov 2018 04:37:34 PST

@Brianna, hi, the rubbing beach underwater cam wont be playing live again next year-the orca season here is July-October-the cam will be restarted just before the whales come back. :)
Addie@C River
12 Nov 2018 11:18:10 PST

Any idea when the Rubbing Beach Underwater cam will be live again? I have been checking for the past few days and it has been showing highlights.
Brianna@384 Spring Breeze Ct
11 Nov 2018 16:57:19 PST

This is so amazing to be able to watch the live cams with my granddaughters.
Carol Jakway@Po box 327
11 Nov 2018 14:39:00 PST

Ya never know...talkin to you Lisa.
11 Nov 2018 13:04:23 PST

What a night...more than just a song, I feel like it was a story.
09 Nov 2018 06:39:26 PST

Hi Lori and no, Sam is a different Bigg's orca from the one Hermann helped rescue.
Helena & Paul@OL@HI
05 Nov 2018 21:49:45 PST Sam Hermann's girl?
29 Oct 2018 19:46:01 PST

Wonderful story... Guess my favorite will always be T14..who I saw at Cracroft Point 2 years in a row long ago.
25 Oct 2018 11:51:43 PST

Good news for captive cetaceans in Canada! :)
23 Oct 2018 19:12:31 PST

Do I hear calls? ~~/\/\/\~~
23 Oct 2018 10:05:59 PST

Hello all. Hope everyone is ok after the earthquakes. Booked flights next june to Van Island for two whole weeks. Hoping to see Orca :)
Charlotte@Boston UK
23 Oct 2018 04:58:34 PST

Hi Sally, All good here, didn't feel it, no damage anywhere. A humpback spent the night in the distance "moaning", not unusual but interesting.
Helena@Hanson I
22 Oct 2018 14:01:34 PST

Hi all. Just heard about the earthquakes that sounded like they were around your region. Hope everything is still in place. Will be interesting to see if there is any changes to any whales behaviour over the next day or two. Take care xx
Sally@136, Thornlaw Road
22 Oct 2018 06:45:22 PST

Beautiful...moonlite...flood tide...home.
19 Oct 2018 21:20:37 PST

Nice calls but where are they? A34 and A42?s again?
06 Oct 2018 08:05:16 PST

Loved seeing them this morning at 9:25 PST from OrcaLab base. Est 4-5 Orca
Kaelho@41940 SE Dover Ct, Sandy, OR, 97055
04 Oct 2018 08:33:58 PST

Morning all!
04 Oct 2018 04:53:04 PST

Our tax dollars at work! Well done!
Helena@Hanson I
03 Oct 2018 09:35:34 PST

Hello Sonora...I knew they would wait for you to return.
Lori@Can't stay away...
02 Oct 2018 12:07:57 PST

It is wonderful to hear about the A34's. Wish I was there. I'm definitely there in spirit:)
Patti@New West
02 Oct 2018 07:44:43 PST

Who is moaning in the dark in Robson Bight?
01 Oct 2018 19:40:08 PST

@Megan..Im on a mac, safari browser, downloaded VLC player, for free, did not buy anything. works just fine. takes a bit to load but works. been using this 3rd year. gl :)
30 Sep 2018 15:25:27 PDT

@Megan: I had to use Google Chrome and then open the link in VLC
30 Sep 2018 14:23:49 PDT

How does everyone listen on a mac. Is it to buy the flip for mac plug in for $9.99?
Megan@England (sadly)
30 Sep 2018 13:38:57 PDT

Just tuning in...hope tonite is a amazing as last nite with Humpback songs and joy!
Lori@Humpback Heaven
29 Sep 2018 22:17:47 PDT

I am seeing what appear to be porpoise or dolphin with some orca just now. From the notes, I am assuming that this is the A34s? Do the seals/porpoise/dolphins know the difference between the resident pods and the Bigg's pods and do they feel safe with the resident pods?
28 Sep 2018 19:37:16 PDT

Is that an echo from the humpback?
27 Sep 2018 22:33:32 PDT

Charles, while I know Orcalab can comment about the Northern Residents, I believe their siteings are much more infrequent than 5 years ago because of the lack of Salmon. They must be going north towards Alaska. Our Southern Residents are now infrequently seen in the San Juan Islands. Use to be you could always count on seeing them return in the summer. Now only on occassion. The lack of salmon on the West coast is being escalated through government, including removal of dams, so the Salmon can spawn. We have recently lost a baby and 4 year old in the Southern Residents. NOAA, Canadian government, commercial and tribal fishing are all involved to plan for sustained Salmon for us and our beloved Orcas.
Judy@Port Angeles WA
26 Sep 2018 13:54:46 PDT

Charles...check out Cetacea Lab on Gil Island, BC.
26 Sep 2018 07:52:55 PDT

What is known about the movements of the Northern Residents once they leave here and when they return next summer. Thanks for the info.
Charles Wilson@2391 N. Shore Dr.
26 Sep 2018 06:34:46 PDT

I really enjoyed the day yesterday. I knew that they must have been Transient Orca eating a seal or two.
25 Sep 2018 09:33:18 PDT

Yes it was amazing yesterday the 24th of September 2018
Joan Kimberley@807-597-1519
25 Sep 2018 09:29:48 PDT

@Jen :) that is the link to live. I always have to double click the file for it to play live once it's in my player-if I just push the play arrow I get the same short audio clip-sorry not very tech savvy- with words and such. :) it will work honest :)
24 Sep 2018 16:48:39 PDT

Thanks Addie, I tried the link you provided and got a small audio clip that I was able to play. Is there a live-feed hydrophone link as well? Thanks!
24 Sep 2018 14:30:40 PDT

@Jen a link to hear the hydrophone you will need a player- VLC is what I use on my mac...I thinkPC's use windows media player? unsure-takes a bit to load so be patient-good luck.
24 Sep 2018 13:14:55 PDT

Are we able to also hear the hydrophone? Is there a link?
24 Sep 2018 12:13:16 PDT

Hello Angels!
21 Sep 2018 23:14:13 PDT

Thank you for your wisdom, clarity and powerful presence for the whales. You are the magic!
17 Sep 2018 21:52:50 PDT

Hello everyone, Here is a postscript story about IWC 67: By all means pass it on. All our best to you all, and as we've said before: Thanks for caring about whales! Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL@Surrey BC
17 Sep 2018 16:44:09 PDT

Thanks Lori, sending love back to you too. We're nearly back home now and all's well. Looks like we forgot to post our story about Day Five of this year's IWC meeting so here it is: Hello everyone, here is a story about Day Five of IWC 67: By all means pass it on. All our best wishes and thanks for caring about whales, Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL@Surrey
16 Sep 2018 17:12:34 PDT

Is that noise an Orca?
Denine Rogers@Riverside
15 Sep 2018 10:31:57 PDT

Deep breath, I can't even imagine this world without you and Helena by your side.. Love you both...hurry home
Lori & A16@Carlsbad
14 Sep 2018 22:48:59 PDT

Hi everyone, Here is a story about Day Five of this year's IWC meeting: By all means pas it on. All our best wishes and thanks for caring about whales, Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL@Florianololis
14 Sep 2018 19:17:15 PDT

Hello everyone,Here is a story about Day Four of this year's IWC meeting: By all means pass it on. All our best wishes from Florianopolis Brazil, and please take good care, Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL & Florianopilis
13 Sep 2018 19:23:18 PDT

Hello everyone Here is a link to a story about IWC 67 Day Three: By all means pass it on. All our best from Florianopolis Brazil. Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL@Florianololis
12 Sep 2018 19:45:38 PDT

Humpback too!
12 Sep 2018 12:18:06 PDT

the wall..I15's, the Royal Family A30's. Home
11 Sep 2018 22:13:40 PDT

Team, I am looking for a newsletter article on the orca. Do you have anything you can share with like minded folk in Australia? Migration would be a good topic or family bonds or even communication? Please drop me an email to discuss further. Cheers, L
Leesa Pratt@Australia
11 Sep 2018 21:29:45 PDT

Hi everyone, Here is a story about Day One of this year's IWC meeting: By all means pass it on.All our best from Florianopolis Brazil, Paul & Helena
Paul & Helena@OL & Florianopolis
10 Sep 2018 19:40:06 PDT