This past Friday, on World Oceans Day, our Live Crew was hard at work attempting to conduct some proprietary research in the cold, very murky waters off the shores of Edmonds. The visibility was only 1 to 2 feet, which made our work extremely difficult. First, it’s nearly impossible to couple drone with diver. Second, it’s extremely problematic to find and video the wildlife when it’s nearly impossible to see the wildlife. Fortunately, we have a skilled and dedicated team of experts and volunteers who love their work and our goals. Thanks to Anson, Avery, Dylan, and Samantha for all your efforts in making this happen.
The video below is a combination of 4K, and HD videos shot on location, about 41’ below the surface of our fabulous Puget Sound Underwater. If you’re in interested in getting involved onboard with us, contact via our website. If you choose to watch and participate in our live streaming, interactive broadcasts, go to our YouTube Live Channel.
Research conducted at 41', water temp 54º, salinity 2.9%, winds 6 knots, Edmonds, Washington
Below are some of the amazing and gorgeous creatures living in our cold, green waters of Puget Sound.