Victoria Whale Watching Report: Recognizing Your Favorite Whale, Race Rocks Lighthouse, and Scuttle!!
August 18, 2022Written by Jake, Marine Naturalist/Photographer/Teller of Bad Jokes One of the things you’ll learn about on our tours is how to identify whales. Orcas have saddle patches and distinct dorsal fins, and Humpbacks have “fluke patterns” on their tail fins. We can use these to identify a whale, just like how humans use fingerprints and […]
August 11, 2022Written by: Lauren, Onboard Naturalist Week of: August 1-7th It has been a busy summer of whales and wildlife here in the Salish Sea, and this week was no different with many amazing wildlife encounters! We kicked off the week with heartwarming visits from momma humpback Hemlock and her newest calf. We watched Hemlock teaching […]
August 3, 2022Written by: Arden, Marine Naturalist The weather has been HOT and the wildlife has been ACTIVE! An incredible amount of humpbacks in the area have graced us with breaches, fin slaps, tail slaps, and lunge feeding! Juveniles have been spotted with their mothers as first time arrivals to the Salish sea, learning and exploring the […]
July 29, 2022Port Renfrew July Summary: Written by: Matt, Zodiac Captain There is something truly eye-opening about venturing out to true open ocean, to peer out into an endless horizon with an incomprehensible vastness of ocean ahead of you. It is humbling, to feel so small and to be greeted there by the giants of the sea: […]
July 20, 2022Written by: Chloe, Onboard Naturalist Week of July 10th. The month of July has offered some amazing wildlife sightings and this week was no exception! We had the opportunity to see many different species of wildlife, from the sea otter Ollie to the Bigg’s Killer Whales in the area. Specifically, the Humpback Whales of the […]
Victoria Whale Watching Report: Biggs Killer Whale Babies, Friendly Humpbacks, and our favorite Race Rocks Resident, Ollie!
July 15, 2022Written by: Sarah, Naturalist Week of July 3rd, 2022 The sun has been out, and it was another amazing week out on the water. We started off the week with an exciting encounter with some friendly Humpbacks, who were showing off their beautiful tail flukes with every dive. Those magnificent tail flukes can be up […]
Victoria Whale Watching Report: Friendly faces, playful babies and feeding frenzies among Killer Whales and Humpbacks!
July 4, 2022Written by: Ryan, Naturalist For the week of June 20-26, 2022 This week out on the water was one to remember for both our guests and our naturalists. We started the week off with one of our more common families (and one of my personal favorites!) the T123s just south of Saturna Island, where Sidney, […]
Victoria Whale Watching Report: Killer Whales, Harbour Seals, and Our Favourite Fuzzy Friend, Ollie!
June 27, 2022Written by: Lori, Lead Naturalist The week of June 6th. The start of June has brought with it some incredible wildlife sightings. This week we were able to spot several different Killer Whales, numerous Harbour Seals, and even our favorite sea otter among others. We started our week off right with a sighting of one […]
June 20, 2022Written by: Lori, Lead Naturalist The week of May 30th Another wonderful week on the water has come and gone. We have been fortunate to have experienced some incredible weather this week, with flat calm seas and sunny skies as far as the eye can see! It is with this backdrop that we have been […]
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