Baby Orca

Baby Sitting Duties

Published on February 18, 2020 By Pia Markovic

SURGING off the bat! Out first glimpse of the orca was of three mature animals surfing down the swell towards us at speed! Once the pod rode the wave down the trough they quickly surged to break through the next! Down our port side, under the vessel and RIGHT out in front of the bow! […]

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Published on February 11, 2020 By brelsdon

We’ve been lucky enough to encounter the newborn calf little neo for the past three days straight! It’s truly incredible to see how protective the pod are of their tiny new member! The pod surfaced tightly with the youngster right in the middle with its tiny head peaking through for only a fleeting glimpse! The […]

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Published on April 10, 2019 By Naturaliste Charters

Sporadic viewing of the orca under the glorious beaming sun this morning was abruptly interrupted by the words “Blue Whale”. Blue Whale? BLUE WHALE! And there it was right in the apex predators hunting grounds, an estimated 10 metre long Blue...

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