Sightings Report for October 7th 2017

The day began with high winds that steadily increased throughout the day, creating rough seas. Luckily BC LUNA is great for weather conditions like this, so she went out on a morning tour!

Captain Gordon caught up with two different pods of Biggs Ocra (mammal eaters) headed West in the Juan De Fuca Strait. They often remain close to the shore line where they find their favorite prey, harbor seals! These apex predators need to eat frequently, so they can often be seen hunting and eating. 

Humpbacks were also encountered near Race Rocks feeding and relaxing, it wont be too long before most of them head South for the winter to mate and calve.

Stay Tuned for what we encounter next!! 

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