Sightings Report for August 5th 2018
Sunny skies and calm seas is what we love best, because its easier to spot cetaceans as they surface and exhale.
In the morning the fleet headed East to encounter the many Humpbacks hanging out at Constance Bank, a popular feeding area. These gentle giants are here to feed on the bounty of zooplankton and small schooling fish in the water column! Sometimes they are very friendly and will come in close to check us out!
By the afternoon a group of Biggs Orca moved into range and we caught up with them as they travelled South through the Georgia Strait. Identified as the T18's, a pod with several large males! This ecotype of killer whale needs about 3 seals each day and spend the majority of their time hunting.
~ Stay Tuned!