A New Calf for T100B! – 30/5/16

On my trip out today, one of my passengers spotted the Orcas!! We were excited to see that it was more than the initial 5 animals we saw pop up.

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T100C and T123A having some male bonding time
T100C and T123A having some male bonding time

Instead it was the T124A’s, T86A’s, T123’s and T100’s!

There was just something about this photo...

As we were enjoying our time with them we noticed a very small, very orangey little one, still with the remnants of it’s fetal folds, travelling right beside T100B.

Super orange eye patch!! T100B with a kiddo on each side!
Super orange eye patch!! T100B with a calf on each side!

A new calf to this threatened population!!! Welcome to the world sweet little T100B2! May you have a long and healthy life.

fetal folds
You can see the fetal folds in this picture as mom, T100B, and baby surface together.
New baby T100B2 travelling right beside mom T100B.
New baby T100B2 travelling right beside mom T100B.
New baby T100B2 travelling right beside mom T100B. You can still see some fetal folds
T100B and T100B2

With flat calm seas and a T-party, it’s really hard to have a bad day!

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T123A “Stanley”
The matriarch and some of her young ones of the T100 family.
The matriarch and some of her young ones of the T100 family.

-Ashley

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