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Our little buddy Ollie the Sea Otter. This lone male sea otter lives at Race Rocks Ecological Reserve. We are hoping one day he finds a mate so we can see more of these adorable bundles of joy on our waters.
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13/07/2018
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This curios orca is "spyhopping" to get a glimpse of The Baleen Queen of Sooke. Sometimes the whales like to watch us back, and we are quite okay with that!
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Humpback Whales are returning in numbers in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The best place to view these beautiful beasts is a front row seat aboard The Baleen Queen of Sooke! Call 250-818-1093 for tour details.
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Our endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales have been visiting more and more frequntly in recent weeks. Bait fish such as herring are returning in numbers bringing with them the chinook salmon which are the prefered food for our residents.
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Northern Elephant Seals were nearly hunted to extinction. Hunted for their fat, their numbers have rebounded since the discovery of oil. These adorable blubbery buggers have been regular sightings on our recent Ocean Wildlife Tours. Call is at 250-818-1093 for details!
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A beautiful young sealion at Race Rocks Ecological Reserve and Lighthouse. This is a regular stop on our Ocean Wildlife Tours. Call us today to book. 250-818-1093
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Captain Mike operating under instruction by The Marine Mammal Rescue in Vancouver. This baby harbour seal was orphaned and hungry. He will be rehabilitated and released back into the harbour when hes healthy and strong.
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Whale Watching Season is in full swing! Join us for an Ocean Wildlife Tour for only $94 per person + tax. Call 250-818-1093 for details.
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