We had another great fall day whale watching on the Bay of Fundy. With barely any wind and a warm autumn sun we headed out to the offshore feeding grounds in search of humpback whales. Our Scout boat was out ahead of us to help with the search and when we arrived in the Owen Basin we found our “Unknown” (right), a humpback we have been watching since September. With some great looks we headed down into the Grand Manan Channel to see of we could find our other humpbacks. We found Cork, a four year-old female humpback (below). We stayed for a few series and then made our way back into the islands to see if we could find a minke whale on our way back to St. Andrews. With the help of our Scout boat again we found 3 minkes in amongst the islands! A great way to end off our trip.

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Our 30th Anniversary! 🎊