So much Wildlife!
Transient Killer Whales from the T109s matriline. Photos taken by Captain Yves with a zoom lens.

Another wonderful day on the Salish Sea! We were on the go for a whale watching tour when our boat, the Marauder IV, was greeted by a couple of adorable River Otters just before we left the dock.

 

Our Crew decided to proceed west of Victoria and after a short trip we met a  family of Biggs (Transient) Killer Whales, the T109’s. We stayed with them for awhile and had the pleasure to watch them interacting and playing together.

T109s Transient orca family
The members of the T109s Transient Killer Whale matriline. Photos taken by Captain Yves with a zoom lens.
Transiant Killer Whale spyhopping
A Transient Orca spyhopping in the Salish Sea. The members of the T109s Transient Killer Whale matriline. Photos taken by Captain Yves with a zoom lens.

 

Before going back to the harbour we stopped to say hi to a bunch of lazy seals and sea lions, enjoying the sun in the beautiful Race Rocks Ecological Reserve.

Close Menu