Transient Killer Whale Calf! Image: Christine Roper.
Transient Killer Whale Calf! Image: Christine Roper.

It was another awesome day out on the water with Transient Killer Whales! Both the morning and afternoon trips caught up with the group of five whales southwest of Race Rocks. We believe the group was T11, who have been travelling with a calf. Although not as young as L120 (the Resident Killer Whale calf we have been seeing lately) this young whale was still extremely cute!

In the afternoon we also spent some time with two Humpback Whales, both of which were sticking close to the surface and enjoying the fabulous weather we had today. We also dropped by Race Rocks to check out the hundreds of seals and sea lions hauled up on the rocks. Skipper Geoff signed off saying; “It was so beautiful out on the water today. September really has been an amazing month for whale watching in Victoria. I can’t wait to get out there again.”

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