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Encounter #7 - Center for Whale Research - OrcaSurvey L87 & J45

Encounter - Center for Whale Research - OrcaSurvey. Onyx with Se-Yi'-Chn

Eliot Porter: Killer Whales, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, January 1976 (I just think this is cool)

Eliot Porter: Killer Whales, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, January 1976 (I just think this is cool)(Cool Photography Shots)

J1 Ruffles cartwheeling

The Orca Network Lolita campaign: Enhancing awareness of a captive member of the Southern Resident Orca community

J36 Alki

The Center for​ Whale Research is dedicated to the study and conservation of the Southern Resident Killer Whale population in the pacific northwest.

Had to share this amazing shot taken today by @gary_j27 of this huge bull Orca breaching off the West Coast of Canada! #natureshappyplace #orca

Chainsaw “Had to share this amazing shot taken today by of Chainsaw, this huge bull Orca breaching off the West Coast of Canada!

The new calf, J-50, has been sticking close to J-16, a 43-year-old female. Photo by Dave Ellifrit, Center for Whale Research

Slick with her newborn calf, discovered Dec. Photo by Dave Ellifrit, Center for Whale Research.

Center for Whale Research 2015 Encounters-L95

Killer whale orca likely died because of blunt trauma, initial necropsy results reveal - Top Examiner

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Photo of a spy hopping transient orca whale seen during a whale watching excursion near Port McNeill

Wish I was there sitting on the rocks watching them( Orca's ) swim by!!!

Wish I was there sitting on the rocks watching them( Orcas ) swim by!

FREE....as they ALL should be!!

Orca in Bremer Bay, Western Australia. Photos by Dave and Fiona Harvey.