The sun was shining and there was word of killer whales in the area. Skipper Ian took our enthusiastic group out eastward and in no time, they sighted a group of transient killer whales just east of Ogden Point. The pod was travelling fast but the group were still able to get some amazing views of these incredible animals. Transient killer whales prey on other marine mammals, ranging from seals to other whales, and they roam over large distances, unlike our southern resident killer whales which feed on fish, primarily Chinook salmon, and tend to frequent certain areas of water. An incredible encounter for today’s adventurers.

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