T-Party, Day Two! This morning, we had the T2Cs, T34s, T37, T37As (incl. T37A1) and T37Bs.
They were milling on a kill for a while, before grouping up and socializing with breaches and tail-slaps all over. One of the youngsters chased a common murre before breaching with the bird in its mouth and submerging it.
Then, the vocals began. Out of nowhere, the T109s emerged from the south.
All the whales dove and then popped up together in a series of dorsal fins, spyhops, breaches, etc. Greeting ceremony!