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3 thoughts on “K pod reverses course at Point Reyes, heads north

  1. UPDATE, Jan. 15, 2013

    After turning around at Point Reyes Friday night, K pod has proceeded north. The latest satellite data from this morning showed the whales at Crescent City, Calif., about 20 miles from the Oregon border. The orcas are still traveling north, but will they come back to Puget Sound?

  2. UPDATE, Jan. 16, 2013

    K pod crossed the Oregon border yesterday on the way back north. The latest satellite data from this morning places the orcas near Port Orford, Ore., according to an update from Robin Baird of Cascadia Research, who is helping with the tracking effort.

  3. UPDATE, Jan. 17, 2013

    It looks like K-25 and his companions did a little zig-zagging yesterday, also turning south and then north again. The latest report from this morning shows them near Coos Bay.

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