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Christine Cooper Aug 19
Enjoying some early season on a beautiful winters day in south-west WA.
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Tedi Tryleg Aug 19
I'm off whale watching! Hopefully the sea is calm as I'm not sure about my sea bear legs!
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lo-fi ROBOT Boy πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ 41m
OK, so what kid of enforcement is there for the new 200 meter perimeter for Whale Watching vessels?? I just saw the fleet corner a pod of whales due west of Goudge Isl. MUCH less than 1 cable distance. More like 50 meters
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Sea Of Whales Aug 15
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Sea Of Whales 24h
Another amazing day 30 humpback whales, 1 minke whale, 8 orcas, 200 bluefin tuna, bald eagles, puffins, gannets, guillemots and murres.
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Erika Borkoles Aug 18
Nothing like a bit of to lift the soul. is wonderful.
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The Gastro Guide Aug 11
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Maria Aug 17
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WDWGetaways 11h
Visit with ! Venture out with Alaskan , view majestic glaciers by , experience , enjoy or , shows, and more! Plus excellent Disney service while aboard the cruise ship.
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Lonno Lodge Watamu Aug 17
From July through September Watamu is on the route of the whales migration, on their annual trip from Antarctica to East Africa. (yup, the one in the background is the coast of WatamuπŸ˜‰)
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Sea Of Whales Aug 16
Lots of fun today with 12 humpback whales, puffins, gannets, guillemots and murres.
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Kathryn Burrington Aug 17
Congratulations to everyone learning with this week. We all passed and are now qualified responsible whale watching guides. Such a fabulous week with so many wonderful people from different corners of the globe
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Melissa Pouliot Aug 17
The magic of where I live πŸ‹πŸ’™πŸ‘Œ
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AnimalTourismFinland Aug 18
Documentary about whales, tourism and whaling 19.8.2018 9.05AM (in Finnish)
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Reefpaths Aug 15
Hard to describe the range of emotions when you see Humpback Whales so close but loved the expressions of fellow passengers & neighbouring boats as we were all mesmerised by these magnificent creatures 😍🐳
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CapeMayWhaleWatcher Aug 18
Have you experienced active Bottlenose Dolphins like this? This dolphin jumped about 50 times this morning!
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Sea Of Whales Aug 18
More action today with 15 humpback whales, 8 Orcas, 4 fin whales, 1 porbeagle shark, puffins, bald eagles, gannets, guillemots and murres.
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Leslie Lopez Aug 11
San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington. Water temp 52.5 degrees. Hope it’s a great temp for orca and grey whale watching πŸ‹
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em. Aug 19
San Juan Island has been a dream ✨
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Sea Of Whales Aug 10
Fun times in the fog with 5 humpbacks, 2 fin whales, bald eagles, puffins, gannets, guillemot and murres.
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