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Horses and foxes and whales, oh my!

I’m sure there were other interesting things to talk about today, such as the adorable town of Isafjördur (the largest town in the peninsula of Westfjords), the gorgeous hike to the waterfall, the delicious cake, talk of elves and trolls (very important to respect the elves) etc., but today I only care about animals. 758 more words

Orca - an organisation worth joining

It’s always difficult to see everything when you go on an organised tour. Inevitably someone will see more than you do and the group as a whole will always see more than the individual. 216 more words


What is Punishment? The Story of Tilikum: The Captured Orca

What is Punishment? Punishment is being netted away from your Mother at no more than two years old and driven off in the night for what would become your tortured life in captivity. 621 more words

Killer whale expert says recent sightings are regular visitors to Shetland

An orca expert has said recent killer whale visitors to Shetland are regulars in the summers.

Dr Andy Foote has been instrumental in setting up the North Atlantic Killer Whale ID (NAKID) project, which gathers knowledge on the movements and behaviour of individual animals. 239 more words


You can PokémonGo further with an ORCA card

By Adam Jabari Jefferson, KCDOT Multimedia Specialist

For a Pokémon Go trainer, traveled distance makes the difference between bagging your 16th Caterpie in Seattle’s Occidental Square and catching a wild Seaking from the suspension bridge at… 348 more words


Why did a humpback whale just save this seal's life?

At first it seemed like the usual, deviously clever attack. Several killer whales were trying to catch a Weddell seal that had taken refuge atop a drifting patch of Antarctic ice. 666 more words



Entrance Island proved to be a perfectly protected little cove, no wind or sea came in, I had a relaxing night and a chat with my neighbours from the American yacht.  293 more words

Hoonah Alaska To Victoria BC 2016