Kayakers in Haro Strait have an up-close encounter with K-11, then the matriarch of J pod, one of the southern resident killer-whale groups living in the Salish Sea. Advocates have identified what might seem an unlikely threat to orcas: whale-watchers in nonmotorized watercraft, such as kayaks.
Kayakers in Haro Strait have an up-close encounter with K-11, then the matriarch of J pod, one of the southern resident killer-whale groups living in the Salish Sea. Advocates have identified what might seem an unlikely threat to orcas: whale-watchers in nonmotorized watercraft, such as kayaks. Alan Berner Seattle Times
Kayakers in Haro Strait have an up-close encounter with K-11, then the matriarch of J pod, one of the southern resident killer-whale groups living in the Salish Sea. Advocates have identified what might seem an unlikely threat to orcas: whale-watchers in nonmotorized watercraft, such as kayaks. Alan Berner Seattle Times

Kayakers are disturbing orcas in Puget Sound – and getting away with it, study finds

January 12, 2018 05:56 AM