In the Summer 2013 article “Whale song” Larry Pynn reveals that there is a growing network of hydrophones operating in British Columbia, from south of Vancouver Island all the way up the north coast. The underwater listening devices are, in part, giving scientists a better understanding of how marine noises might impact whales and other mammals.
Janie Wray and Hermann Meuter of Cetacealab on Gil Island are among those who dedicate their time to recording whale songs. They generously shared the following audio clips, recorded on three separate occasions.
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