Hello everyone, well, after 2 very frustrating days in the fog we had a little break today.  The inshore area cleared up nicely for our 10am and 2pm departures and we spent time with a finback whale and a minke whale on both trips.  We even saw some lunge feeding from the finback in the morning.



The bald eagles on Whitehorse have been incredible, this young one was enjoying his “lunch”.  We continue to see many seabirds, even inshore, today we had puffins, razorbills, murres and 3 species of shearwaters.

Juvenile bald eagle enjoying his lunch….and on the menu today….a black guillemot (note the red feet)


This common loon was in Head Harbour Passage

Another fantastic sight this morning were the porpoise!  They were so active in Head Harbour passage, there must have been at least 40-50.

Thanks for checking in today!


He was rather relaxed

Our 30th Anniversary! 🎊