Last Day in Flinders Bay

A wonderfully calm day to enjoy our last tour in Flinders Bay for Season 2017☀ Colourpatch and his mum Irwin were also enjoying the beautiful conditions and were having a long sleep in the morning sunshine. You can learn more about how whales sleep here and the behaviour is often referred to as “logging” which we sighted in both mother and calf. For the females it is vitally important to spend a lot of time resting so as to preserve their blubber stores, meanwhile her calf will enjoy many fun times during their stay in the nursery grounds of Augusta which is perfect training for a baby whale.