We spent our afternoon near Victoria (48°25.3N, 123°09.5W) where we saw Southern Resident Killer Whales. At least 15 members of J-Pod were traveling east, separated into 3 groups. In the largest group 8 individuals were porpoising in close proximity with one another. The whales were cruising at a fast clip, around 11 knots. This larger group also performed some surface displays: breaching, lobtailing, and rolling around at the surface. We just love these whales (well, okay actually dolphins but you know what I mean).
Amy, Naturalist, Whale Watching and Wildlife Tours