The morning fog began clearing ahead of SV Tuan as it headed out on tour and beautiful photographic images were made possible. The orcas were resting in the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve, all of the A5’s and the A24’s, as well the A12’s, but further east when the SV Tuan arrived and passengers were content to watch from the reserve boundary. It was wonderful and very surprising to see the A5’s and the A24’s suddenly make their move towards the boat as it sat idle and travel out of the reserve, heading back to the west. The viewing was superb! On the afternoon tour, passengers on board MV Cetacea enjoyed watching the interaction between numerous Pacific White-sided Dolphins and orcas. The orcas were taking long dives traveling and some foraging behavior was also observed. Other sightings were: Bow riding Pacific White-sided Dolphins, Dall’s Porpoises, Harbor Seals, one Coastal Black-tailed Deer, Rhinoceros Auklets +++ Pigeon Guillemots, Red-necked Phalaropes, Black Oyster Catchers, Bald Eagles+++ and two Eaglets in their nests, Glaucous-winged and California Gulls.