Wednesday July 8, 2020

10am: This morning’s forecast was cloudy and rainy but we had some hardy passengers excited to come out with us! We stopped with harbour and grey seals at Black Ledge. We had some great looks at them then went over to White Horse Island where we watched some herring gulls “dive bombing” an adult eagle on the backside of the island. Lobster season ends tomorrow so we got to watch a bunch of lobster boats pulling up their traps to take home. Claire spotted a minke whale that was quite easy to watch. We also saw harbour porpoise, razorbills, guillemots, and a few murre!

1:30pm: Our afternoon trip has ben cancelled due to risk of severe thunderstorms.

adult bald eagle on White Horse Island. The gull is not too happy about the eagle being on the Island

black guillemots

minke whale

there are a lot of seabirds to see while on the water, Rika caught a picture of this murre, a relative of the puffin

THANK YOU to our passengers who joined us on the catamaran today and to Rika for the update and pictures today,

Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick

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