17 October 2015

Today we were launching three whale watching trips and each single one was unique...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 17 2015

17 October 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we were launching three whale watching trips and each single one was unique. On our first trip for the day we did release five African penguins that have been rehabilitated at our African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary. We found mother and calf pairs all over the bay again, and two adult Southern Right whales. While visiting our sister company Marine Dynamics we saw active sharks, passing the cage and jumping out of the water. While cruising through Shark Alley we were watching the Cape Fur seals and spotted an Oyster catcher as well.

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