Sightings Report - August 30th 2019

A few days ago, there was a T-Party down near Puget Sound! The T34s, T37s, T46s, T60D + T60E, and the T100s spent most of Wednesday socializing and staying all together in the same area! We were able to witness different surface behaviors, especially from the younger juveniles and males!

Biggs orcas usually travel in small groups of 2-8 consisting of family. It is common for two families to meet up and travel together temporarily. However, it is less common for multiple family groups to come together all at once, but when they do, it's exciting for everyone! On this particular day, there were about 20 individual Biggs orcas!

Capt Tom