A little sunrise paddle the other morning, with coffee, a campfire and good company✨
Ended up getting distracted and taking too many photos, so we drifted into some ice and struggled paddling on the way back🤣🤷♀️
Photo by: @locke.nes
Missing these magical evenings in the Rockies 💫
Photo by @mikesugianto
8,98812218 January, 2019
This place is surely frozen or covered in snow by now, but reflecting back on all the glacial lakes from last summer gets me excited for what’s to come this year✨ @cassieworden braved the cold for this one - trust me it’s as cold as it looks❄️
Here's T137A, a bull born in 2002, pictured offshore from Tofino in October.
At 16 years old when photographed, this male is physically able to breed. However, paternity tests have shown that males don't breed successfully until they are in their twenties. This killer whale has a few more years of building his status before he will contribute to the growing population of Bigg's in the NE Pacific.
That dorsal fin will continue to grow until he's around 20, when he reaches physical maturity. Mature male Bigg's killer whales can be up to 8 metres in length and over 6,500 kg in weight.