By late afternoon, Ls had made it to the west side of San Juan Island. They headed up island a little before they turned around north of Lime Kiln State Park and slowly headed down island, pushing against the incoming tide. From the park’s shoreline, I could see members of the L4, L26, L43, and L47 matrilines, and knew that the L54s were also around somewhere, likely doing their own thing. Some of the orcas were inshore, while others were offshore. Interestingly, many of them were in a breachy mood, with Kasatka L82 breaching the most out of everyone. Marina L47, Racer L72, and Finn L116 were also breaching.
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