Orcalab recording from 2004 starts at 17:31 with loud boat noise and the A36 matriline calling and echolocating at Cracroft Point, British Columbia. A total of ten calls were identified N4 (40%), N5 (40%), and N9 (20%).
233B - http://orchive.cs.uvic.ca/recordings/show/20242
Friday, May 3, 2013
The first recording, of the northern resident killer whale A12 matriline beach rubbing at Bere Point (by Troy Bright), had lots of rubbing with few N12 calls (n = 3, 3:38 min). The second, of the B7 matriline had a total for 44 discrete calls; N1 (47%), N7 (10%), N8 (7%), N16 (18%), and N18 (18%) (5:22 min).