9 am and 2 pm Whale Watches - Krill and Leah
9 am trip: Krill with blog written by NECWA intern Michael Cahill
Here is a short video of the close approach we had by a very sleepy humpback whale. We never were able to identify this individual for we only saw its dorsal fin. However, we have a sneaky suspicion that this is Echo.
Logging is how a whale sleeps, as they float on the surface and rest their body. But whales are voluntary breathers for they must keep their mind alert to remember to keep breathing.