Tuesday July 5, 2022
10am: What a lovely morning on the water. We spent time with 5 different minke whales including Slice. We saw seals at Black Ledge and lots of harbour porpoise throughout the trip. We also found 2 bald eagles on Spruce Island before we made our way back to St. Andrews.
1:30pm: This afternoon the wind picked up a little but that certainly didn’t stop the wonderful sightings. We checked out the seals at Black Ledge then made our way to Head Harbour Passage to see East Quoddy Head Light and in the passage Dani quickly picked up a minke. It was much warmer in the passage (much to the delight of our passengers) and we spent some time with the minke and got some great looks. There were some habrour porpoise in Head Harbour Passage and rafts of razorbills and a few murres. We had a request for eagles so we checked out a popular stretch along the Campobello shoreline and found a pair that was quite vocal and we got some great views. We made our way home through the Old Sow and Western Passage.

Slice, a local favourite minke whale looking great – Image by DDion

harbour seals enjoying the sun on Black Ledge – image by DDion

Thank You to all of our passengers who joined us today,
Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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