Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Paul-Spong-in-British-Columbia-27MZIFIOIPWQ.htmlConceptually similarOrca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03PCXCompleted★★★★★★Orca Whales in British ColumbiaGP03JA6Completed★★★★Orca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03K6KCompleted★★★★Orca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03K6LCompleted★★★★Orca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03K6MCompleted★★★★★★Orca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03JA7Completed★★★★Orca Whale in British ColumbiaGP03JA8Completed★★★★Orcinus Orca Whale at Vancouver AquariumGP03K8ICompleted★★★★Orcinus Orca Whale at Vancouver AquariumGP03K8PCompleted★★★★View AllGP02AWJPaul Spong in British ColumbiaDr. Paul Spong in Blackfish Sound near his OrcaLab on Hanson Island. Orca whales are visible in the background.Locations:British Columbia-Canada-Hanson Island-North AmericaDate:1 Jan, 1981Credit:© Greenpeace / Rex WeylerMaximum size:3070px X 2048pxKeywords:Coastlines-Day-Eye contact-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Orca whales-Outdoors-Portraits-Research-ScientistsShoot:Paul Spong at OrcaLab in British ColumbiaPaul Spong in Blackfish Sound near his OrcaLab on Hanson Island. In 1970, Dr. Paul Spong founded OrcaLab, a small land based whale research station nestled against the evergreen forest of Hanson Island in the waters of the "Inside Passage" of northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The work of OrcaLab is centred on the philosophy that it is possible to study the wild without interfering with lives or habitat.