Mothers Day with the T101s!

Mothers Day with the T101s!

A spectacular Mother’s Day on the Salish Sea ….. we traveled a long way to find a humpback out by Constance Bank, and as we were almost home our eagle-eyed Captain Eric spotted Transient/Biggs killer whales by Allan Island – what a catch! They were the T101s and T102 and we had some amazing viewing of this grouping of 4 whales, as they passed Deception Pass and headed south-west. Along with Tufted Puffins, seals, a few harbor porpoise, and dead calm seas, it truly was a super Mother’s Day!! ~Jill Hein, volunteer naturalist.

One of the T101s Spyhopping, Photo by Jill Hein

Humpback Fluke, Photo by Jill Hein

Humpback Blow, Photo by Jill Hein

T102 – male – born 1984, Photo by Jill Hein

T101 – female – born 1973, Photo by Jill Hein

T101 & T102, Photo by Jill Hein

T101A born 1993 & 101B born 1997, Photo by Jill Hein

Harbor Seal, Photo by Jill Hein