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JUNE 17 2017 – In the morning we encountered two humpback whales feeding. Both our zodiac and big boat got to see one whale each and very close to the boat on several occasions. In the afternoon we found a pod of transient killer whales not far from where we had the humpbacks in the morning. Showing how fast it can change in the wild nature. It was the family group of T73A a female and her three children. This is a pod that we have been seeing a lot of lately and always close to Race Rock nature reserve, seems like they have found a new favorite area. We don’t mind that at all!

T73A's orcas with Springtide whale watching
T73A1 is a 12 year old male.

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