T124C, a lone Biggs orca born in 1992, in Saanich Inlet yesterday. He was difficult to track with his unpredictable, zig-zagged surfacing, but the patience was worth it when he out of no where surfaced near the boat! Motors were turned off, and we were able to have an amazing look at him.
Yesterday morning, our boats BC Orca and BC Luna were out near Race Rocks with the T77s. This family consists of mom T77 and her 4 living offspring. They were heading east towards Victoria when they suddenly started traveling south towards Port Angeles.
On the way home, we stopped by Race Rocks, where we spotted 3 elephant seals, a California sea lion, and the lone sea otter Ollie.
It has been a great start to the season so far!
Whale hello! We have had the absolute pleasure of viewing both transient and resident killer whales for the past few weeks now. While the season is just underway, we have been viewing some great action out on the water! Recently our guests encountered transient killer whales feasting on harbour seals!
We are looking forward to making your whale watching dreams come true for the 2019 season! Stay tuned for a lot more incredible sightings and make sure to come out with us to see the beauty for yourself.
-BC Whale Tours Crew