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Friday, August 10, 2018 – M.V. Lukwa and M.V. Kuluta

Mystical Scenery in Johnstone Strait.

Today’s Sightings: Humpback Whales (Argonaut, Stitch, Black Pearl, Quartz, Freckles and unidentified), Northern Resident (fish-eating) Orcas (A34 matriline), Dall’s Porpoises, Pacific Harbour Seals, Steller Sea Lions, Northern River Otter, Bald Eagles, Rhinoceros Auklets, Common Murres, Belted Kingfishers, Northern Phalaropes, and Gulls.

This morning the Plumper Islands were covered in light fog leading many of our guests to comment on the mystical scenery. With Orcas, Humpback Whales, and many other animals we couldn’t have wished for a better day!

Pacific Harbour Seal sunning on the rocks.

Spectacular Scenery (and a Killer Whale).

Pacific Harbour Seals and Gulls hauled out on a small reef.

Common Murre, superstar of the diving birds.

Bull Kelp being pulled by the strong current.

Going for a dive!

A mature Bald Eagle watching over the Plumper Islands.

Argonaut the Humpback Whale.

A member of the Northern Resident (Fish-eating) population of Killer Whales.

Photo credits: Carmen Pendleton, Alex McDonald, Ashley Nielsen, and Allison Parker.

Images taken with a telephoto lens and cropped.

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