glbl (glbl) wrote,
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Canadian killer whales in American waters

It looks like they are here. Sidney Island on the right, San Juan Island on the left, Orca Island on the background:
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Moving along south-west shore of Stuart Island:
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It seems that the school of sockeye is heading to Canada and orcas follow it:
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Sometime it’s easy to have a lunch in such positions:
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Approaching Stuart Island turn point light, going to Boundary Pass between Stuart and Pender islands:
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It looks like the school of sockeye is shocked well by this jump:
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Time to digest what was swallowed moment ago:
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We are in Canadian waters now, South Pender Island:
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Orcas left us near this picturesque cliff and returned back to eat Canadian sockeye in American: waters
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Tags: boat, border, strait of georgia, westcoast life
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