Good evening everyone, so sorry for the lack of posts over the past week.  This is our busiest time of season and if you are thinking about joining us I strongly recommend reservations at least 3 days in advance.

The amazing whale sightings have continued!  We have been seeing a good number of finback whales feeding daily off Bliss Island. It’s incredible to see 4 large fins charging side-by-side in a tight circle as they are feeding!

And when we are able to get offshore the humpback sightings continue to be incredible.  Some highlights have included:
– Tornado and her 2019 calf, the young humpback calf has been quite active and we have seen lots of breaches and flipper slapping
– On 2 trips we have had large groups of humpbacks (8-9 whales) all feeding together and all fluking.  At one point we even had 5 flukes at the same time!
– On the evening of August 20th we had our first sighting of Atlantic white-sided dolphins for the 2019 season.

Here are some images from the past few days

Bungee – humpback

Tornado and her 2019 calf – humpbacks

Tusk – humpback

the 2019 calf of Tornado breaching rather close to the boat, I was zoomed out as far as I could…

fin whales, note that one has an injury to the dorsal

2019 calf of Tornado – image by Rika

Atlantic puffin

Palmer-Crary – humpback

Tornado and her 2019 calf

2019 calf of Tornado – humpback

Churn – humpback

Tornado and her 2019 calf – humpbacks



Lascaux – humpback

Thanks for checking in, as always check in on Facebook for daily updates, pictures and lots of whale information,

Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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