Author: Whale Watch Western Australia
We were eye to eye with a Humpback Whale today as a gorgeous calf breached just off our bow bringing her eyes above water level and wide open looking back at us!
Lest We Forget… at 11 am on 11 November 1918 the guns on the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of continuous warfare and today marked the 100th year anniversary, Remembrance Day.
Everything went quiet and we could see that the baitfish were becoming increasingly nervous, surely she was up to something and it was then that she launched. Completely airborne and only meters away from alongside our vessel, “Breeeach!”
Responsible whale watching takes patience and a full understanding of The Language of the Whales™ to understand how we must act when in the company of our whales.
Scarborough whale watching it was today as just off Scarborough Beach a mother and her calf perfectly timed one of the most spectacular and exciting surface behaviours… a double breach!
Amazing Hillarys whale watch experience today as we met an enormous female Humpback and her very confident calf who both launched into a spectacular breaching display!
Humpback calves were jumping for joy today as it was the day for the Sport of Kings and an incredible morning observing three Humpback calves breaching just meters off our bow!
Perth City of Whales and a perfect example why today as mothers and their calves rested while seven male Humpbacks charged after a female in a competitive competition pod with full bodied, barrel role breaching!
The ocean erupted as just off Hillarys Humpback Whales exhaled strongly as seven tall blows could be sighted and tail lobbing began… a competition pod was forming!
Rottnest whale watching with the Humpback Whales today as we sighted relaxed mothers and calves along with Captain Hook, the large male sighted on our previous tours competition pod who came over to check out some powerful surface activity.
The last day of October whale watching ended in a spectacular display of white water, flukes and energy filling the ocean with electricity as yet another competition pod formed just off the coast of Perth.
Whale Watching Perth, WA is always an amazing experience as we see the Perth city skyline and Humpback Whales enjoying the sheltered waters off Perth.
Today we experienced a situation we always carefully look for on each of our tours and something that thankfully is not regularly sighted… Humpback calf entanglement.
Cottesloe Beach Whales created quite the scene today as a competition pod of three males raced at full speed in pursuit of a female along busy Cottesloe Beach!
Perth Whales were busy today as they communicated The Language of the Whales™ in spectacular fashion. A male escort was trying his best to defend and show off to his female by breaching, peduncle slapping and continuos pec slaps.