You may have read the heartbreaking CNN story this weekend of a mother orca unable to let go of her dead calf. It’s a reminder of how close of a bond familial groups are in orca populations. Joining us to expand on orca families are OrcaLab founders Paul Spong and Helena Symonds in a live
Whale, Whale, Whale, What Do We Have Here! Although the Rubbing Beach Underwater cam is a stationary cam, we always sit in anticipation for who will swim by to say a quick hello. We have been so fortunate to be able to catch a series of sea life on this cam, including sea otters and even an octopus!
Two For One! Here at Explore, we are always looking for a great bargain and man did we get one on the Underwater Rubbing Beach Live Cam! We are normally on the lookout for passing orcas, but this time we caught not one but TWO otters swimming by. One even came to say hello! Seems like
Orcas, Owls, And Ospreys! Explore is ending this wonderful week with two new live chats Friday! Joining us for the opening of orca season are OrcaLab founders Paul Spong and Helena Symonds. Their decades studying the orcas’ vocal recordings offer a unique perspective on these wild whales. The chat will be on the OrcaLab cam at
It’s Orca Season! To celebrate, we are hosting a live chat with OrcaLab’s Paul Spong and Helena Symonds on Friday, August 11th, at 12 PM PT/ 3 pm ET! Learn all about orcas and what makes them such interesting and diverse sea animals. Want to know something specific? Make sure to submit your questions for