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An Australian photographer photographed Migaloo the albino white whale on Friday when he captured all 50-tonnes of the amazing animal north of Newcastle. Veteran photographer, Ray Alley shot These photos off the coast of Nelson Bay in NSW. The white whale Migaloo, who is migrating north for the winter from the cold waters of the […] Continue reading →
Seen whales everyday we have been on the water for the past 34 days! Our sightings of killer whales have included Transient Killer Whales, J & L Pods from our Southern Resident Community of Killer Whales, Humpback Whales, and Minke Whales in the Salish Sea. We have seen Killer Whale Transients hunting seals and sea […] Continue reading →
All hail the whale: Whale Watchers spot record number of whales at Kurnell on Monday. A record 103 whales were spotted on Monday at Cape Solander, Kurnell, on their annual trek north to warmer waters. Volunteer whale watcher Wayne Reynolds said there was something special about the whale groups counted. ‘‘We had five hours of […] Continue reading →
OFF BOTANY BAY, Australia (NBC/APTN) — Australian camera crews filmed an unusual site in the ocean near Sydney Thursday. One of the world’s rarest whales was seen frolicking as it made its annual migration. Check out the video world’s rarest whales. The male, all-white humpback is called Migaloo is one of the world’s rarest whales. […] Continue reading →
WHALE watchers are being encouraged to keep their eyes peeled at viewing platforms across the region on Sunday June 29 as part of annual Whale Census Day. The mammals have begun their annual northerly migration and towards the end of June to early July are traditionally considered the best times of year to spot them. […] Continue reading →
Nearly an hour into the Whale Watching trip on June 12, spotted a minke whale near a large school of bait fish. He was too fast to capture any photos, but our guests did get several looks at him as he surfaced. We then came across a pod of roughly 200 common dolphins feeding on […] Continue reading →
Summer whale sightings by whale watchers in São Miguel, Azores. Whale watching trips saw large groups of dolphins (common dolphins and Atlantic spotted dolphins), many sperm whales and 3 fin whales June 6, 2104. Whale watchers also spotted some loggerhead turtles out there today. Mr. Liable rewards whale watching The Azores islands are famous for […] Continue reading →
After a week of blustery sea conditions it was smooth sailing during our whale watching tour this morning. After sighting some Bottlenose Dolphins we found an adolescent whale milling around offshore from the Q1 tower (which was often shrouded in mist today). Our patient passengers were rewarded with two spectacular breaches close to our vessel […] Continue reading →
Nice photo of Whale Watching Competition pod of Humpback Whales. It is from Hawaii, but not much information about the whale sighting or whale watching. Humpback whales competing for the attention of a female Continue reading →