Good evening everyone,

We have been having such consistent and wonderful sightings of both minke and finback whales.  We did have some fog this week to deal but it’s hard to complain as we have had such little of it to deal with this season.  Today we had our first sighting for the season of a Mola mola (ocean sunfish)!  There are lots of seabirds around including murres, razorbills, Northern gannets, a few shearwaters and Bonaparte’s gulls.  And we are seeing lots of harbour porpoise and seals on each departure too.

Here are some photos from the past week


Ocean sunfish or Mola mola

fin whale off Head Harbour Light at the Northern end of Campobello Island

harbour porpoise

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Cheers, Danielle
Senior Naturalist
Quoddy Link Marine
Whale Watching
St. Andrews
Bay of Fundy
New Brunswick

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