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Humpback flukes can be up to 18 feet wide, with a serrated “trailing edge” (the end of the flukes at the farthest end of the whale), and pointed tips.

One of the best things about wildlife photography, is setting out with a plan, but ending up with something completely different. One May 25th, we were hoping to find Orca, we didn’t have any luck but we found some Eagles that were fishing up by Sonora Island. Thank you again to Nick Templeman and Yukon, #chiefwhalespotter for another great day filled with adventure. Be sure to visit Nick’s website to find out… Read More

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A Breaching Killer Whale!

Spy hopping and breaching Orca!

T002C5 – A New Calf

Check out these amazing and never seen before images of Pacific White Sided Dolphins, featured in my 2021 calendar!

A hungry Steller Sea Lion made quick work of this Pink Salmon near Stuart island, BC.

More breaching Pacific White Sided Dolphins

A Superpod of Killer Whales