01 November 2013

Braving the choppy seas and strong winds this morning we headed out in the hope of catching a glimpse of the Southern Right Whale...

Written by Marine Volunteer, November 1 2013

01 November 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

Braving the choppy seas and strong winds this morning we headed out in the hope of catching a glimpse of the Southern Right Whale. Luckily, whilst these conditions can influence whales into seeking deeper waters  it did not deter all and we spotted a single individual, believed to be one of only a few males still in the area searching for a mate.  On our trip back the boat was fortunate enough to pass by a frolicking mother calf pair, treating us to a wave goodbye as we entered the harbour. – Kelly Baker (Marine Volunteer)

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