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*Recent Projects/Autumn & Winter 2007/08*

SeaWolf has finished production of a new documentary on the southern resident orca whale population in partnership with a major west coast television station. This project was made possible with the generous support of the Russell Family Foundation. KING TV broadcast the film, called "Sound of Orcas" in autumn 2007.  Generous Grants from the Anne & Mary Arts & Environment Foundation and the Ben & Jerry's Foundation have made possible a series of youth tree-planting projects in Snohomish County.

Click here for a review of our ORCASEEKERS Educational Expedition 2006!


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2005 LISTING OF INDIVIDUAL SOUTHERN RESIDENT ORCAS & THEIR FAMILIAL RELATIONSHIPS
The Defender Awards Riedenschild Chronographs

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This website & organisation is dedicated to the Preservation of Orca whale Ecosystems in Washington & British Columbia waters.   All photography by M. Kundu unless otherwise attributed. The audio segment you are hearing represents seldom-heard foraging vocalisations taken from a Transient sub-group traveling near Seymore Narrows, B.C.; courtesy of J.F.