Sightings Report for July 18th 2018
The winds were up yesterday, building to 21 knots by late afternoon! Luckily our vessels are designed to handle bumpy water conditions, and experienced captains to operate them!!
Our fleet headed east of Victoria to catch up with individuals of J and K pod of the endangered Southern Resident killer whale population!! They were spread out near the San Juan Islands fishing for their main prey item, Chinook Salmon!!
Humpback whales were also encountered throughout the day! They were friendly and seemed to enjoy the wavy conditions!
~ Stay tuned for whats next!!