Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you a quick update on today’s sightings. We had finbacks on both departures in and at the mouth of Head Harbour Passage. In the pic below you can see Deer Island in the background.
Below is a shot of a herring weir, a local method for cathing herring (sardines). It’s basically a trap where the herring swim in and then are unable to find their way back out.
We are seeing tonnes of seals around this year which is great. Below is a female grey seal, the larger of the 2 species of seals commonly found in the Bay of Fundy.