On September 2nd, L pod (not sure if the L54s were included) returned to the island. That morning, I stood along the cliffs near my house and watched as the L4s, L47s, and Nigel L95 headed North past me, then turned around, and swam back South. It was going to be "West side shuffle" kind of day for them. As the orcas turned to head back South, Kasatka L82 breached twice, Moonlight L83 tail slapped and dorsal fin slapped multiple times, and Surprise L86 rolled over in an inverted tail slap and pectoral fin slap. Once they had all passed by and were off in the distance to the South of me, they got even more active with tons of breaches, even multiple double breaches!
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