It was a beautiful day on the water and the orca sightings wonderful. It began with the initial sighting of A46 (youngest of the three brothers of the A36 pod) he was foraging ahead of his brothers and close to the VI shore while A32 and A37 were foraging centre strait. The other orcas, the A8’s, A23’s and A24’s were further behind; most of the A24’s were on the Hanson Island shore. It was lovely listening to the A-Clan vocalizations via the hydrophone. On the afternoon tour, the A36’s were again sighted. The other pods had made their way back to the east and into the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve. The A36’s meanwhile continued to forage intensively at Cracroft Point, working their way towards the west in the ebb current. Their A-Clan vocals were superb to listen to and it was wonderful to view these three majestic brothers, alive and seemingly well in Johnstone Strait once again. Other sightings today: Dall’s Porpoises, Harbour Seals, Rhinoceros Auklets, Pigeon Guillemots, Black Oyster Catchers, Black Turnstones, Bald Eagles, Glaucous-winged and California Gulls.