Minke Mama

A great time out on the water this morning with 5 humpback whales (tail lobbing and lunge feeding), 4 minke whales (including a mother and calf pair), bald eagles, puffins, gannets, guillemonts, and murres.

Minkes are probably the most common whale in our waters.  Infact, Kris’s grandfather used to call them “our” whales, because the other species would migrate but the minkes always stayed.  They are usually solitary, however, it is nice to see a mother and calf pair out there.

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