RESEARCH

We provide a platform for marine researchers to work on Saturna.

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HYDROPHONES

We operate a hydrophone
network in Boundary Pass.

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SEATALKS

We hold a series of talks by experts studying marine science & ecology. 

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RESEARCH

We provide a platform for marine researchers to work on Saturna. Learn more

HYDROPHONES

We operate a hydrophone
network in Boundary Pass.
Learn more

SEATALKS

We hold a series of talks by
experts studying marine science
& ecology. Learn more

WE’RE ON A MISSION

We are a community-based non-profit organization building awareness of marine life and ecosystems in the Salish Sea. We work to promote scientific, evidence-based research and we provide support and facilities for marine research and education on Saturna Island. Learn more

WE’RE ON A MISSION​

We are a community-based non-profit organization building awareness of marine life and ecosystems in the Salish Sea. We work to promote scientific, evidence-based research and we provide support and facilities for marine research and education on Saturna Island. Learn more

THE SALISH SEA​

We are located on Saturna Island, BC, in the middle of the Salish Sea. Although we feel remote, we’re within a major transportation corridor, surrounded by a population of 8M people. This is also the habitat of an estimated 37 species of marine mammals, and more than 3400 species of birds, fish and invertebrates. This is the ideal place to study the convergence of wildlife and humanity. Learn more

THE SALISH SEA​

We are located on Saturna Island, BC, in the middle of the Salish Sea. Although we feel remote, we’re within a major transportation corridor, surrounded by a population of 8M people. This is also the habitat of an estimated 37 species of marine mammals, and more than 3400 species of birds, fish and invertebrates. This is the ideal place to study the convergence of wildlife and humanity. Learn more

Opening image of humpback: Petrus Pienaar, Whale Report image: OceanWise, Humpback image: Martin Wale, all other images: Maureen Welton