Whale Selfies in Flinders Bay

Whale Selfies in Flinders Bay

Breach, breach breach… what a way to begin a Tuesday morning! The breaching did not stop as a juvenile Humpback was calling out to the others in spectacular fashion. Over thirty minutes later and the breaching was still going as even on the horizon we could see another Humpback conversation beginning. Our young friend settled…

Augusta Whale Song Festival

Augusta Whale Song Festival

A picture perfect day greeted us for the Augusta Whale Song Festival and as the blessing of the fleet started a wonderful day and it wasn’t long before we were in the company of our whales. Starting with a pod of three very social individuals who were lapping up the sunshine and enjoying each others…

Margaret River Whales

Margaret River Whales

Humpback Whales are currently travelling north along the Western Australian coastline and timing their migration perfectly to catch the worlds best surfers at the Margaret River Pro! Margaret River Whales enjoy a quick look once they pass by the Margaret River region, but first stop is fun in Flinders Bay!

Humpbacks Feeding in Australia’s South West

Humpbacks Feeding in Australia’s South West

Another very exciting day as for the second time this week we watched as Humpbacks swam straight through baitfish schools with their mouths wide open, baleen showing and pleats expanded out! Humpbacks feeding off Australia’s South West and WA in general has not been recorded by researches as yet, but there have been reports from…

Augusta Whales Arriving in Flinders Bay

Augusta Whales Arriving in Flinders Bay

Augusta whales are spectacular indeed and today we watched the communication in full display as breaching and pec slapping rumbled through Flinders Bay with the acoustic thud of surface active whales. Beginning our first interaction with a yearling who was cruising through the bay while listening out to the other whales also sighted in the…

Juvenile Humpbacks in Augusta

Juvenile Humpbacks in Augusta

The juvenile Humpbacks of Western Australia have taken over Flinders Bay in spectacular fashion! Breaching, tail lobbing and inverted tail slapping greeted us this morning as three juvenile Humpbacks communicated the Language of the Whales™ with much white water as their bodies landed on the surface of Flinders Bay.

Whale Foraging in Flinders Bay, Augusta

Whale Foraging in Flinders Bay, Augusta

Today was an exciting day as we observed a yearling Humpback Whale foraging in Flinders Bay, Augusta. Humpbacks of Western Australia are known to not feed during their migration, but when you are a hungry teenager Humpback Whale sightings of foraging behaviour have been regularly sighted on the east coast. The teenagers of WA’s Humpback…