Thursday August 13, 2020

10am: This morning we had clear visibility (yay no fog!) and we headed out. We stopped with 2 minkes, found some harbour porpoise, 5 bald eagle adults, 1 juvenile, and then 2 more minke whales, including Slice, a favourite minke among local whale watchers! We stopped with seals on the way back to St Andrews.

1:30pm: We had 3 or maybe 4 minke whales this afternoon. It was nice and calm and we some great looks. While we waited for one whale to surface we caught a glimpse of a shark! Not sure what kind as it was a quick look at dorsal and tail fin. Lots of porpoise around as well.

5pm: We had two or three minke whales this evening, including Slice! Lots of porpoise feeding in the area with lots of birds too.

minke off East Quoddy Head Light – Image by Dani

minke – Image by Dani

minke – Image by Dani

seals at low tide – Image by Dani

minke – Image by Dani

Thank You to Rika for the morning update and Claire for the afternoon and evening reports!  And to Dani for sharing her images.
Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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