05 October 2013

The wind made for slightly choppy conditions today but we still managed to find 4 different sets of whales throughout the trip...

Written by Helen, October 5 2013

05 October 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

The wind made for slightly choppy conditions today but we still managed to find 4 different sets of whales throughout the trip!  They were being a little shy, spending more time under the water than usual.  Our last mother calf pair gave us great sightings, however, being very friendly swimming beside the boat and diving through the swells.  This pair will be easy to identify in the future as both mother and calf were extremely clean, having very few callosities and practically no whale lice, a real shiny pair! The whales always make any day a better day…

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