As a filmmaker, I have been working hard on a documentary film about the orca (killer whales) “To the Orcas, With Love” and TODAY we launched our IndieGoGo crowd funding campaign to help us with completion funds. Please consider supporting a Canadian documentary film. We have come a long way in 4 years… please see the link https://www.indiegogo.com/…/to-the-orcas-with-lov…/x/507914…- Much love and appreciation to everyone who has supported us so far, we sincerely appreciate it and every little bit counts! – Director, Natalie Lucier
Yesterday (July 29 2012 ) was a day to remember! I sighted my first spyhopping Orca whale! An adult spy-hopped and all I could see was white! It was crazy! I was lucky enough to get some footage of a baby spyhopping next to mum. (which I will try and post a link to at some point…) I also got some footage of mum and baby doing tail slaps! See a short video clip:
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After a busy day of watching the orcas foraging… I was lucky enough to see a humpback breaching on the Johnstone Strait! It breached about 4x in a row and I was lucky enough to capture a clip on video!
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The evening was amazing with a pink sunset and the A11′s foraging by the hut. Momoko and I heard the A11′s calling above the water! Their calls echoed through Blackney pass and the Johnstone Strait very loud and clear… there were no boats in the area so absolutely no boat noise. It was a very special moment.
A photo of the evening sky just before the pink sunset (which I captured on video…)