WOW…what a special morning.  THANK YOU to Rika for keeping me updated this morning

June 23, 2021
This morning we headed out Western Passage, stopping with porpoise in the Old Sow before picking up a huge surprise…a BELUGA off Friar’s Bay!! Belugas are not a common sight in Fundy so this was extra special for the crew and the charter which were grade 8 graduates from the local SJDA. After spending some time with the white toothed whale we continued up Head Harbour Passage and found a bald eagle and both harbour and grey seals off Casco Bay Island. We made sure to have a look at Head Harbour Light off Campobello before making our way back to St. Andrews.
THANK YOU to Rika for the updates!
And THANK YOU to the Grade 8 class from SJDA for joining us on this very special trip!
A note on the beluga, they are a highly social toothed whale that are not found in Fundy and should be further north with a pod. Hopefully this individual will move on soon.

beluga off RCIP – Image by Rika

Ferry that connect Deer Island, NB to Campobello Island, NB – Image by Rika

beluga in Friar’s Bay – Image by Rika

harbour porpoise in the Old Sow, the largest tidal whirlpool in the Western Hemisphere – Image by Rika

harbour porpoise in the Old Sow – Image by Rika

Head Harbour Light at the northern end of Campobello Island, NB – Image by Rika

bald eagle – Image by Rika

harbour seal – Image by Rika

Eastport, ME – Image by Rika

Deer Island Point, NB, a great spot to check out the Old Sow from land but you want to make sure you check the tide tables and visit about 3 hours before high tide – Image by Rika

Our 30th Anniversary! 🎊