WOW…another FINtastic day whale watching out of St. Andrews with 2 large finbacks feeding and working their way along the contour lines off Bliss Island. We got some amazing looks at the whales and just caught the end of the feeding as the tide began to slack off.
pair of fins off Bliss Island
large blow from a finback whale
beautiful pair of fin whales
pair of fins
fin whale showing lower white, right jaw
helping a passenger take a promotional video on the bow of the Quoddy Link
helping a passenger take a promotional video
We also spent time up Head Harbour Passage with a large group of feeding harbour porpoise and the bald eagles along the Campobello shoreline.
pair of great cormorants
Gulls feeding in Head harbour Passage. At the bottom of the image you can see the bait ball of herring as a dark spot in the water
gulls were not the only ones interested in feeding on the herring
harbour porpoise, check out the dorsal fin, looks like this little one survived an attack from a predator, maybe a shark
THANK YOU to everyone who joined us aboard the Quoddy Link today, it’s so great to finish a season strong but it makes us never want to get off the water.