24 November 2013

The waters were choppy but that had no affect on our wildlife spottings...

Written by Marine Volunteer, November 25 2013

24 November 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

The waters were choppy but that had no affect on our wildlife spottings! While in search of the whales we were surrounded by an amazing flock of Cape cormorants, who very kindly lead us directly to the Southern Right whales. We were lucky to find several mother-calf pairs in the bay, who were all very relaxed around the boat.  A visit to Geyser rock to view the colony of 50 000-60 000 Cape Fur seals was a perfect way to end the trip… –Ashley Nitransky (Marine Volunteer)

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