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Track The Journeys 

These transmitters are providing valuable data about the travel patterns and progress of these rescued animals.

Update: November 9th, 2017 - Three rehabilitated harbour seals released with satellite linked transmitters. Follow along on Ogre, Spuzzum and Maple Ridge's journey back to the wild!

*Please note, sighting details are approximate locations and some lag time is noticeable.



This map automatically updates when their tracking tags check in. Note: locations are approximate.

Levi The Harbour Porpoise

Levi was rescued in March 2013, and reintroduced back to Saanich Inlet, near where he was rescued, on September 10, 2013.


September 13, 2013: Argos tracking data made available online

September 16, 2013: Levi has made 722 dives, the deepest being to 158 m (average depth of 44 m).

November 19, 2013: Levi's tracking tag battery has met the end of it's projected life and is now no longer sending signal. Good luck Levi! 


Below is a map of Levi's travels during our tracking time. 


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