This summer we were fortunate to have a photography student stay with us at the lodge. He spent a lot of time at our wild river where we conduct our extra day trip. He was Trapper Rick’s assistant helping him search for Grizzly Bears looking for salmon along the river. Felix’s accommodation there may have been basic (just a tent), but he definitely had a million dollar view. You can see some of his pics here felixrome.smugmug.com/ and we will be featuring many of them on the blog.
Humpback whales migrate to tropical or subtropical water in the winter to breed and give birth in February and March. By the time the whales return to our viewing areas the calf’s are close to four months old and still on their mother’s milk. This calf is a larger and therefore in it’s second year. These calves are normally very active frequently seen breaching and lobbtailing.
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