L54s and Members of J Pod in Haro Strait
Posted October 20, 2017 at 5:48 am by Tim Dustrude
From the Whale Museum…
For the first time this year, on October 15, the L54 blended family, consisting of Ino (L‑54), Coho (L‑108), Keta (L‑117), and two adult males, Nyssa (L‑84) and Wave Walker (L‑88), came into the inland waters with J Pod.
They spent several hours in Haro Strait, foraging on Chum salmon. The late afternoon sun highlighted their exhalations,as they traveled in a south easterly direction.
The next day, J Pod and the L54 group were seen in Puget Sound, continuing their foraging on what appeared to be an abundant Chum salmon return.
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