A little bit of rain doesn’t stop whale watching in the San Juan Islands!
A little bit of rain could not take away from an exciting encounter with the T123s, a group of Bigg’s (Transient) Killer whales. This group of Transients is one of the few who have been named. T123A is a large male named “Stanley”, the female T123 is named “Sidney” and T123C, born in 2012, is “Lucky”. We were very lucky and watched them making a kill. We also found Steller sea lions, Harbor seals, Harbor porpoise and a juvenile eagle in the perfect spot…atop a National Wildlife Refuge sign! Spring continues to be an amazing time to come to Friday Harbor and hop on a whale watching tour with us! We’re only 90 miles north of Seattle, the perfect day trip.