The summer of 2013 has been a very active year for humpback whales. Many breaching whales and it seemed that the rougher the water the more the whales breached. An average whale safari day guests would view ten to twelve different humpbacks. Many opportunities for photos of lunge feeding whales and frequent breaches however not always captured on film as they do not give notice prior to these activities.
This photo is taken up at Rick’s on the Kakweiken River. Sometimes the best approach to wildlife viewing is to find a good spot and wait quietly. Often this pays off and by remaining quiet and fairly still the bears don’t feel threatened and tend to go about their business. We keep out group sizes small at the lodge which we feel aids in lowering our impact on the animals.Visit our Blog