17 December 2013

The day started out grey and overcast, but watching the Southern Right whales more than made up for it...

Written by Marine Volunteer, December 18 2013

17 December 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day started out grey and overcast, but watching the Southern Right whales more than made up for it! Altogether we saw three mother-calf pairs today and were fortunate enough to also spot the mother-calf pair who have adopted the abandoned calf in the area. The whales were being very relaxed, resting at the surface, giving everyone the perfect photo opportunities! Over at Geyser Rock the small Island was crammed with this year’s new born Cape Fur seal pups, all fuzzy and adorable! Another awesome trip out on Whale Whisperer… – Yvonne Nuessing (Marine Volunteer)

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