An Incredible Morning with the T34’s and T37’s – 15/7/17

An incredible morning with the T34s and T37s (minus T37As) — and an introduction to the new T-babies, T34B and T37B2!

T34B, T34A and T37B

They were traveling steadily east into the Strait of Georgia, in a resting formation, where we would later find them in the afternoon.

T34 and her new calf T34B

The Killer Whales were either really full or really sleepy, passing by two easy meals: a small pod of Harbour Porpoises who were unaware of their presence; and a Harbour Seal mother with her pup mid-channel, no escape in sight. I call that some luck!!

T37B

It was great to see the two new additions – T34B and T37B2 – to the transient mammal-hunting killer whale population. The Transients have become our silver-lining.

T37 and T37B2

The era of the transients has only just begun.

-Brendon

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