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Orcas In Our Midst, Volume 3
Orca Network, Pacific Northwest, Marine Mammal, Whale, Orcas In Our Midst, killer whale, Puget Sound, orca, San Juan Island, Whidbey Island, environment, ocean, Southern Resident orca
This full color 32-page (plus cover) 8” x 10” booklet looks at the astounding natural history of orcas and their plight in our modern world. The focus is on fish-eating resident orcas and the mammal-eating transients of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Georgia Strait). Readers will discover the wide variety of tradition-bound orca societies found worldwide, their specialized diets and vocalizations, and how these distinct communities may have appeared over time, plus a wide array of interesting facts and some fascinating glimpses into the lives of these natives of our inland waters. Illustrated with stunning photographs and graphics.
Hail to the Whale - Shifty Sailors CD
This collection of new and historical songs reflects both the realities of whaling from past days and the hope we have of saving this important mammal in our environmental family. Included is "Come Home Lolita," written by Shifty Sailors director Vern Olsen. Captured off Whidbey Island in 1970, she still performs daily. Orca Network has been trying to have Lolita retired in her home waters for 15 years.
Humans of the Sea DVD
Orca Network, Pacific Northwest, Marine Mammal, Whale, Humans of the Sea DVD, killer whale, Puget Sound, orca, San Juan Island, Whidbey Island, environment, ocean, Southern Resident orca
Humans of the Sea: Killer Whales and the People Who Watch Them
Humans of the Sea explores the unique and occasionally eerie connection between people and a clan of killer whales living near the San Juan Islands in Washington State. Featuring never-before-seen footage from "the best place in the world to watch killer whales from land," prominent scientists, boat captains, and everyday folk reveal research discoveries, stories of close encounters, and the special challenges facing this beloved group of killer whales. [55 minutes]