Today we had the pleasure of taking passengers out on the open Bay of Fundy to search for the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. Our scout boat headed out at 6:45 am and 1 hour and 30 minutes later we were with approximately 15 right whales! With only 300-350 left in the world, to have 15 so close was a privledge most wont soon forget.

Here you can see the callosities (roughened patches of skin) on the head of the right whale. The callosities appear in the same place as male facial hair. You can also clearly see the highly arched jaw line.

A mom and calf right whale!

A close encounter with a basking shark, the second largest fish in the world!Below you can see a right whale diving close to the Quoddy Link, I was on our scout boat.

Our afternoon trip was a regular whale watch. We traveled into the Grand Manan Channel and got to spend some more time with Parachute, Cork and our “unknown”. The sightings were great and the weather was beautiful. We also had a minke whale right in the entrance to Head Harbour Passage. Thanks for checking in!

Our 30th Anniversary! 🎊