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  • Humpback whales making a splash

    Whale watchers see humpback whales breach, vocalize and lunge feed during the summer of 2016 in the Salish Sea, waters from the San Juan Islands to Victoria, B.C. Researchers and crews with whale-watching boats report an unprecedented number of sightings of North Pacific humpback whales here.

Whale watchers see humpback whales breach, vocalize and lunge feed during the summer of 2016 in the Salish Sea, waters from the San Juan Islands to Victoria, B.C. Researchers and crews with whale-watching boats report an unprecedented number of sightings of North Pacific humpback whales here. Photos from Pacific Whale Watch Association/Video from Eagle Wing Tours and Five Star Whale Watching
Whale watchers see humpback whales breach, vocalize and lunge feed during the summer of 2016 in the Salish Sea, waters from the San Juan Islands to Victoria, B.C. Researchers and crews with whale-watching boats report an unprecedented number of sightings of North Pacific humpback whales here. Photos from Pacific Whale Watch Association/Video from Eagle Wing Tours and Five Star Whale Watching

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