Wednesday July 20, 2022
10am: What a beautiful morning on the water. We started with seals at Black Ledge then quickly picked up a minke close to Barnes. We got some great looks (and not so great smells) before we made our way to Head Harbour Passage where were found lots of harbour porpoise, feeding seabirds including razorbills and murres and 3 more minke whales close to Casco Bay Island. We got good looks at all three whales before making our way back to St. Andrews through the Islands. What a lovely warm morning on the water.
1:30pm: This afternoon the wind had increased slightly out of the NW but it was still quite warm on the water. We spent time with a minke whale in Head Harbour Passage, lots of porpoise throughout the passage, actively feeding gulls, razorbills and murres. We stopped with seals at Black Ledge on the way home to St. Andrews. Another wonderful trip out of St. Andrews.
5pm: This evening they spent time with 2 minkes and lots of harbour porpoise off the mouth of Head Harbour Passage. Thank You to Claire for keeping us updated.

grey seals – image by DDion

Head Harbour Light at the northern end of Campobello Island, NB – image by DDion

minke with a very unique dorsal fin – image by DDion

harbour porpoise – image by DDion

Thank You to everyone who joined us today, for information and reservations please give our office a call at 506-529=2600.
Cheers, Danielle
Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy

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