It was another day full of humpbacks in the Strait of Georgia today! Lots of small groups and, seemingly, competitive behaviour starting. We had a group of three: BCY0771 “Bump” (male), BCY0785 “Mathematician” (probable male) and BC1210 “Slate” (confirmed female). They were being very interactive with one another, especially the two probable males, and after a couple of aggressive maneuvers we had all three of them breach!
This was “Bump” catching some air.
Always jaw dropping to see these 40-ton giants launching!