2013 Sightings: June 3, 12 pm

Today on the Aurora we headed up North and found quite a bit of fog that made it very difficult to see whales. We luckily found Sedge, who is a male first seen in 1988, deep feeding and changing directions constantly.

Sedge’s abnormal dorsal fin

Sedge is easy to identify because of his abnormal hooked dorsal fin that was probably caused by entanglements. While we were watching Sedge, another whale popped up named Shuffleboard who was first seen in 2008. Both whales gave our passengers a great show.

We were all happy our rainy and dreary day turned out so pleasant!


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