Sightings Report for October 4th 2018

Time flies when everyday on the Salish Sea is a blast! We cannot believe that it is October already and our 2018 season is coming to an end. Yesterdays skies were clear and sunny with low winds, making the conditions ideal for whale watching.

Biggs orca (mammal eaters) were picked up by Race Rocks Ecological Reserve before our fleet left the dock for the day. They were identified as the T123’s and were seen with a brand new calf, that is very exciting to see!

Humpback whales are still around gorging themselves on zooplankton and small bait fish to built up enough blubber for their migration to southern waters, it wont be long now before they are gone!

~ Stay tuned!

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Capt Tom