Doug’s Orcas

We promised a picture of Doug’s birthday Orcas…here they are! One male and one female. Photo ID records helped us identify them as known individuals in the transient (marine mammal-eating) population. They stuck around the field station for about half an hour before zooming down Lama Pass towards Hunter Island.  Wolfman Doug and crew was treated to a rare glipse of the Wolves of the Sea.

More soon…we have a cool bear story to relate next…

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