Listen to A Whale's Song

Listen to whale sounds and songs with us on our research-grade hydrophone and state of the art sound system

Killer Whale Song
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Killer Whale Song
00:00 / 00:30
Killer Whale Song
00:00 / 00:30
Killer Whale Song
00:00 / 00:30

Sitka Whale Watching Tour, Sitka Wildlife Tour, Alaska Whale Watching Tour

Listen to A Whale's Song

Hear whale communication and songs with our onboard research-grade hydrophone and state of the art sound system

Humpback Feeding Call
00:00 / 00:14
Killer Whale Feeding
00:00 / 01:25
Killer Whale Song
00:00 / 00:30
Humpback Whale Song
00:00 / 01:02
Minke Song
00:00 / 00:11
Humpback Squeegie Sound
00:00 / 00:02
Harbor Porpoise
00:00 / 00:13
Grey Whale Song
00:00 / 00:10
Cetaceans are much more dependent on sound for communication and sensation than land mammals, because other senses are of limited effectiveness in water.  The word "song" is used to describe the pattern of regular and predictable sounds made by some species of whales, notably the humpback whale. This is included with or in comparison with music, and male humpback whales have been described as "strikingly similar' to human musical traditions."
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A Whale's Song Expeditions

Sitka, Alaska

"Our vessel adheres to the Alaska Humpback Whale Approach regulations and does not intentionally approach whales within 100 yards"