Great day with 5 sperm whales, 5 fin whales, 2 humpback whales, 300-400 white sided dolphins, 20-40 harbour porpoises, gannets, puffins and bald eagles.
Great trip today with 3 sperm whales, 2 minke whales, 1 fin whale, 40-50 harbour porpoises and 80-100 white sided dolphins.
The whale watching is getting better and better out here! Had 1000-2000 white sided dolphins, 2 humpback whales, 1 fin whale, 5 sperm whales and 800-1000 harbour porpoises. Gotta love those super pods!
An out of this world Orca trip today with 13-15 Orcas, 60-80 white sided dolphins, 1 sperm whale, puffins and gannets!
This appears to be the same group that was seen by friends of ours earlier this summer.
Six beautiful encounters with Cook and Nelson the sperm whales today! Also saw puffins, bald eagles, and terns.
It seems that Cook and Nelson are together more often than not. I wonder why this is? Are they friends, brothers, relatives from the same family group?
Loving this awesome August weather today with 4 sperm whales, 500-1000 white sided dolphins, bald eagles, puffins gannets and terns!
Had a great evening trip with 4 sperm whales all together, 2 pods of harbour porpoises, 1 minke whale and 1000 white sided dolphins.
Beautiful trips, beautiful whales and beautiful weather today with 4 sperm whales, 3 minke whales, 24 harbour porpoises, bald eagles, puffins, terns, guillemonts and a parasitic jaeger.
Parasitic jaegers are famous for chasing other birds forcing them to drop their fish or regurgitate what they have already eaten. They also eat smaller birds, eggs, shrews and mice. These birds don’t make many sounds but the birds that they are chasing often do.
Fantastic trip today with 2 sperm whales, 1 minke whale, bald eagles, puffins and guillemonts.
A beautiful time out there this morning. Had three encounters each with Nelson and Cook the sperm whales, a group of 12 harbour porpoises, bald eagles, puffins, and arctic terns.
We had great trips today with 4 sperm whales, 2 minke whales, bald eagles, puffins, gannets, guillemonts and murres. In other areas of the province, once the humpbacks go, the whale watching is over for the year. We are so fortunate in this area to have a variety of species that make for great whale watching into the fall. It is still a great time to whale watch. Join us on a trip!!