With more reports of whales a few more miles away we decided to get a bit more ocean action and spend time with a few more whales before heading home. We ended up having 6 Humpback whales in the area. Half of these whales were further offshore surfacing out in the distance so we decided to stick with a few of the animals a bit closer to us. Turns out we first had Patches swim by before spending most of our time with more known females: Valley and Nile.
|Patches traveling through the area|
|Valley was very slowly raising her tail high into the sky before disappearing into the ocean|
|Valley's unique black and white marking found on the underside of its tail|
|Nile and Valley rock with the ocean waves as both remain resting at the surface allowing us some great looks. The green coloration is these whales' flippers under the water|
|Nile going on a deeper dive while Valley still sleeps on the surface|
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