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... known or suspected whale activity with extreme caution. 2. A vessel within 1⁄2 mile (800 yards) of a whale is considered to be in the ... shoreline of the west side of San Juan Island when between Eagle Point and Mitchell Point when whales are present. Race Rocks ...
... include the safety talk prior to vessel leaving the dock 2. Educate and inform clients about Puget Sound wildlife, natural history, ... ecology, and ornithology are preferred fields of study 2. Working knowledge of boats, and experience working on open water 3. ...
... 1. Operate the boat and conduct regular daily tours 2. Perform ethical and responsible wildlife viewing practices 3. Oversee ... & Skills 1. 50- to 100-ton USCG Masters License 2. Strong single-screw boat handling skills 3. Detail oriented. ...
... Harlequin Duck Surf Scoter Turkey Vulture Bald Eagle Peregrine Falcon Black Oystercatcher Bonaparte's Gull ...
... from the ferry landing. $95 Adults • $65 Children 2-12 years • Children under 2 years are free 2016 Tour Schedule Feb. 13 & 14 Noon ...
... to bring to go whale watching? See our list . 2. Is there a bathroom? Yes! There is a large restroom on the Sea Lion ... the captain and naturalist/first mate.See our boat charter page. 11. Do you take school groups, Scouts and kids clubs? We sure ...
... of 6 feet in males. Female dorsal fins are shorter at around 2 feet. Male orcas can reach lengths of a little over 30 feet and can ... maturity in their early teens and will give birth every 2-5 years to a single calf. The gestation period for orca calves is 17 months, ...

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