Great Bear National Forest - Sacred Spaces, Day 6

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Sept 24, 2007 (Morning and Afternoon)

Humpback tail dive

The mist was thick and the rain fell steadily throughout the morning when we embarked to go see Janie at the Cetacea Lab. It was a cozy cabin wired to capture all the eerie sounds of Humpbacks and Orcas throughout the bay. On our way back through the channel we saw a number of humpacks.

"Nature is the glass reflecting God, as by the sea reflected is the sun, too glorious to be gazed on in his sphere." - Brigham Young, religious leader 1801-1877

Walking up to the Ceacea Lab

Whale bubble-net feeding

Whale bubble-net feeding

Hence the name "Humpback"

Sea lions bellowing

Rob blows his bull kelp bugle

Photos provided by: Sherrie, Tom, Summer.

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