25 September 2013

The wind was prominent today, making the water feel very choppy but the whale sightings were worth it...

Written by Helen, September 25 2013

25 September 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

The wind was prominent today, making the water feel very choppy but the whale sightings were worth it!  We found three different mother-calf pairs throughout the bay including the pair we know as “Patch Adams”.  This calf stole the show today, impressing everyone with his lob-tailing action over and over!  We had fantastic shark, penguin and seal sightings, including a seal that had narrowly escaped a Great White shark, evident from the large bite taken out of its hind quarters.  You never know what to expect to see when working with wildlife…

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