B-Roll: Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Research
Select footage of aerial photogrammetry research in Cook Inlet beluga whales using a hexacopter drone, and beluga whales in Cook Inlet.
B-Roll: North Atlantic Right Whales
Select footage of North Atlantic right whales off the coasts of Florida and Georgia. Footage includes adults and calfs.
B-Roll: Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales
B-Roll: Whales on the Pacific Coast
Footage of gray, humpback, and blue whales along the Pacific coast. Locations include Olympic Coast (Washington), coastal Oregon, the Channel Islands (California), and Lynn Canal (Alaska)
B-Roll: Killer Whales in Alaska
Footage of killer whales (orcas) in the Alaskan waters. Locations include near St. Paul Island in the Bering Sea, and along the Aleutian Chain. Footage includes general swimming behavior, and eating a northern fur seal.
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whales & NOAA Research
Select footage of southern resident killer whales in Puget Sound and NOAA Fisheries researchers collecting prey samples including fish parts and scales.
B-Roll: Photogrammetry Research on Southern Resident Killer Whales
Select footage of photogrammetry research on southern resident killer whales using an unmanned hexacopter. Images will be used to measure body condition and health of these endangered whales, and the data will be used to help guide recovery efforts.
B-Roll: Aerial Hexacopter Footage of Northern Resident Killer Whales
For the first time, scientists have used an unmanned aerial vehicle to photograph killer whales from above. This gives scientists a new way to monitor killer whale health and reproduction. See the full story here: http://1.usa.gov/1saLzIG
B-Roll: Winter 2015 Killer Whale Research Cruise on NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada
Select video from research cruise off the Washington coast in late Feburary, 2015, and focused on studying the southern resident killer whale's winter behavior and feeding patterns. Footage includes L121, a baby born to L94 in late Februrary.
B-Roll: SRKW New Calf (J55) & Dead Neonate, Observed on 1/18/2016
Select footage of a new killer whale calf (J55) born to the southern resident population. In the same encounter on January 18, 2016, scientists also witnessed J31, a 20-year old female, pushing a dead neonate calf.
B-Roll: Gray Whales 01 (1920x1080)
Wide shots of gray whales filmed by NOAA Fisheries researchers in Piedras Blancas Light Station, Piedras Blancas, CA. Approx. 6 mins.
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