Keep your distance and call the DFO if you see this whale.
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New live cams bring you into the incredible world of orcas.
The new calf is the fifth baby since December to be born to the endangered population of killer whales that spend time in B.C waters.
B.C.'s southern resident orca population has welcomed a new addition!
Nothing to see here, folks.
Ain't no party like an orca party, 'cause an orca party don't stop!
"The best possible outcome."
Gary and Karoline Cullen get closer to orcas in the wild than almost anyone else in Canada.
But whereas most brushes with B.C.'s famed creat...
A fourth baby has been born to an endangered population of killer whales found off the B.C. coast.
The video was shot from a kayak near Hornby Island, B.C.
There are now 80 southern resident orcas in the waters of B.C. and Washington state.
The birth brings the population of the endangered orcas to 79 in the waters of B.C. and Washington state.
An amateur videographer has captured rare footage of northern resident orcas rubbing themselves at a beach in B.C.'s Discovery Islands near Cam...
Wildlife is a serious business in B.C. — from whale watching to eagle counting, there are numerous opportunities to get up close and personal with t...
VANCOUVER - Don't blame salmon fishermen for the plight of some endangered killer whales off the Pacific coast, says a newly released report.After thr...
A group of orcas off B.C.’s central coast appears to have less food than usual this summer and researchers say they’ll be monitoring the animals t...
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