Today we found 5 Transient Orcas headed west in Rosario Strait between Cypress and Orcas Island (48°31.68N 122°48.62W). It was the T36’s and T39’s who appeared to be finishing off part of a kill. They were circling around the area and aggressively deep diving towards the center, gathering any remains. Once they were done they headed directly for the shoreline and picked up speed.
On our way in we took a scenic ride through some of the inner islands passing Blakely, Orcas, Shaw, Yellow, and Jones Island.
Just another pleasant day on the water!
Naturalist Tara, San Juan Safaris