THE DAILY WHALE™
It was a Blue and Humpback Whale farewell today as we celebrated the last tour for Season 2020 and were completely elated to meet a
Learning the Humpback Whales migration path for young calves is an important and time consuming task that the mother whales do superbly well. Today the
Scarborough whale watching on a spectacular day in Western Australia as we re-sighted yesterdays pod who were now refreshed and incredibly surface active! Departing Fremantle
Building trust with cetaceans is a fundamental part of being a whale watcher and today was the perfect example as a beautiful mother whale and
Perth Humpback Whales southbound journey has been underway since late August and the last of the mothers and their calves are now focusing in on
The Guardians of our coastline was on display today as not only our Military set about exercises and drills, so did our Mother Humpbacks as
Humpback calf feeding is a vital part of the migration for these youngsters and today we had the privilege of being welcomed into the pod
Breaching Humpback calves on the last day in October as beautiful baby breaching lit up the Indian Ocean as our calves decided it was time
Heat Haze Humpbacks on a beautifully warm day as mother whales and their calves moved through the resting grounds seeking an oasis to rest in.
Hillarys Boat Harbour Whale Watching today as we found ourselves all the way out and inline with the Hillarys Boat Harbour as our first sighting
JoshMarine Scientist Read More Amazing Seagreass – There are many important and often overlooked plants and animals that occur on the coast of Western Australia.
Whale acoustics are a fascinating look into the world of the whales as today we had the opportunity of not only observing surface activity noise
Why do Humpback Whales travel in Escort Pods? It is a great question we get asked on many occasions. Female Humpback Whales, like most of
Curious Humpback Whale calves on a superb day in the waters off Fremantle as both our morning and afternoon tours enjoyed the company of these
Why do Humpback Whales Pec Slap? Pectoral slapping is generally a very friendly or flirty behaviour amongst Humpback Whales and today we had a great