Sightings Report for September 12 2018

Saturday began with grey gloomy skies and it rained all morning. By the afternoon the fog lifted and the sun came out.

We headed out west in the morning to see the large group of humpbacks feeding in the mouth of the Juan de Fuca Strait. There was over 50 individuals present and the water was so clear they could be seen frolicking in their environment. Behaviours above the surface included fin slapping, tail lobbing and lunge feeding.

In the afternoon BC Luna headed north to check out the Resident orcas as they made their way down Georgia Strait. They were seen socializing with one another and even breached a few times.

~Stay tuned!

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Capt Tom