On January 14th, we spent time with a very spread out J pod in Boundary Pass and San Juan Channel.
On Feb 2nd, we had J pod in San Juan Channel again. This time, almost all of the pod was in a beautiful resting line. It was an amazing sight.
On Feb 10th, we had an interesting encounter with the T10s in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Haro Strait. T10C seemed to be toying with a harbor seal.
On Feb 16th, we spent some time with the T60s in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. They were rather elusive until they made a kill or two.
On Feb 24th, I got to see T87 for the first time while he traveled with the T124A2s and T124C in Rosario Strait. They were in a very social and playful mood. We also got to see the T124As and T124A1 in Harney Channel on the way back to the harbor.
On March 4th, we found J pod and K pod near Active Pass and followed them into Georgia Strait. It was wonderful seeing them all again and in a social mood for most of the encounter.
Who will we see next?!