Thursday, July 9, 2009

Going the Distance


Perseverence certainly pays off, so the adage goes. Our whale watch cruises have been going twenty miles offshore to see humpback whales. And the wait has certainly been worth it! When the humpback whales move into the Bay, they tend to go to that area first prior to moving into the coastal waters of Brier Island. Our most recent cruise was yestersay and we recorded 17 different humpback whales which included our first calf of the season. The mother was identified as Shark. Other whales identified were Badge, Circlet, Patchwork, New Moon, and Spika!
So even though our cruises have been a bit longer in duration, they are well worth the extra time. We go the distance to show you the whales of the Bay of Fundy!

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