Wednesday August 19, 2020

10am: This morning we had Slice! Slice is a favourite minke whale of our crew and regular passengers. We had some great looks then headed off to watch many, many harbour porpoise and birds feeding. We picked up another 3 minke whales, saw a bald eagle sitting on a radar reflector, and stopped with seals before returning our passengers to St Andrews!

1:30pm: This afternoon we headed out to find heaps of seals hanging out on Black Ledge. We spent a bit of time searching for whales, then ended up having 5 minkes at various distances all around the boat including Slice! There were harbour porpoise and we watched an eagle flying among the bird groups.

5pm: This evening we had large bird groups with many porpoise under them. Then we picked up two minke whales, saw 2 bald eagles, a juvenile eagle, took a cruise by Whitehorse Island, and saw harbour and grey seals! We were surprised by a third minke whale on the way back to St. Andrews and got lots of great looks. Before we started to head home we got a look at a LARGE shark by Black Ledge, this is the same area where there were numerous white shark sightings last summer, EXCITING way to end the trip 🦈🦈!!

minke whale – image by Dani

minke – image by Dani

St. Andrews harbour – image by Captain Mat

Slice, a favourite minke whale – image by Rika

great shearwater – image by Rika

minke – image by Rika

harbour seals hauled out on a reef – image by Rika

Thanks to Rika for the updates today. THANK YOU to all of our passengers for joining us on the Quoddy Link
Danielle 🐳🐳
Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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