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Photographer: Josh DeLeenheer

Location: Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Transient orcas, unlike the cousins the Southern Resident Orcas, have been growing in population, largely due to the recovery of marine mammals on the west coast of North America. Following the abolition of the hunting of pinnipeds such as pacific harbour seals, California sea lions, and steller sea lions, pinniped populations recovered to levels similar to pre-industrial hunting. As a result, the transient orca population that primarily feeds on marine mammals has recovered in parallel. Though risks to population remain, careful management of pollutants, shipping speeds, and overfishing will ensure the ongoing survival of this remarkable species.


Print Sizing and Formatting

9" x 11" (8” x 10” image with 0.5” border)

13” x 16” (12” x 15” image with 0.5” border)

17” x 21” (16” x 20” image with 0.5” border)

21” x 26” (20” x 25” image with 0.5” border)

Refer to the print sizing guide for assistance with selecting the right frame for your fine art print.

Printed on Giclée Canson Baryta Gloss

The Artist

Josh DeLeenheer

Josh DeLeenheer is a Canadian photographer with a lifelong passion for conservation. His love of the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabit it shows in his his work as he captures animals in candid and uninhibited moments. By purchasing one of his fine art images you can share in those experiences and relive them from the comfort of your home, office, or any place you wish to adorn.