Webcams & Hydrophones
Race Rocks Ecological Reserve Webcams
A Bold Initiative racerocks.com utilizes 21st century technology to maximum advantage to create a dynamic educational web experience utilizing the extraordinary marine eco-system at Race Rocks, Canada's most southerly point in the Pacific.
Real time streaming video will webcast digital images of marine life from above and below the sea at Race Rocks. In addition, a complete environmental scan will be continually transmitted from the site using an array of data sensors.
Orca Sound the Salish Hydrophone Network
A growing coalition of scientists, educators, and citizens are working together to expand a regional hydrophone network in the Salish Sea. This site is part of the SeaSound Project of The Whale Museum and is an experiment in sharing real-time underwater sound. The goals are to monitor the critical habitat of endangered southern resident killer whales to detect orca sounds and measure ambient noise levels.
Center For Whale Research Webcam
Watch for Orca Whales traveling up and down Haro Strait from the Center For Whale Research on the west side of San Juan Island.