This afternoon we headed in the direction of the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve in Johnstone Strait as the A30’s and A12 were headed back from their journey to the east. Our first sighting showed an orca at Critical Point, soon after others were sighted further back and traveling very close along the VI shoreline. They were all moving at a steady pace foraging as they went. We identified A38 and then A12 who was close behind him a distance out from the shoreline yet closer to the VI shore while A39 was headed more towards the Cracroft Island shoreline. A50 and A54, each with their off-spring including A54’s new calf A94 were also later seen. With the hydrophone deployed, A-Clan calls were clearly audible and wonderful to listen to. The sun was shining brightly and the VI shoreline was sparkling with its intense bright light. On the way home Dalls Porpoises were riding at the bow of the boat to the delight of all on board.