We’ve launched a new live cam in the wild waters of the Pacific Northwest which are now filled with migrating Beluga Whales. But we need your help! You can help us find the perfect spot for next year’s cam by spotting Beluga Whales on the live cam here now. Send us snapshots or emails about when and where you spotted
Fast Fact: Unlike most other whales, the beluga has a flexible neck that enables it to turn its head in all directions. (NatGeo) Catch them at the Vancouver Aquarium and see if you can spot them in the wild on the live cams!
Check out this Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus) at the Vancouver Marine Park. Is he looking serene and wise or maybe a bit more skeptical and threatening? The Great Horned owl prey on small furry things, but they’ve also been known to prey on “domestic birds, falcons, and other owls.” Ol’ Bubo here is part of a species
Off to the Pacific Northwest! Above, Lagenorhynchus obliquidens. The Pacific white-sided dolphin, who are extremely social and playful, move in schools of thousands – though a sighting, like the one above, of hundreds or dozens is more common. These dolphin “have an unusually large, curved dorsal fin and are sometimes referred to as the “hookfin