AUGUST 12, 2017

  • 12 / 08 / 2017 Par Mélissa Tremblay

    Twenty or so belugas are swimming near the Baie Sainte-Marguerite tower, including Delphi. Adults and young are swimming in two groups that intermingle and then split up again. The animals are not lingering long at the surface, but when they do come up, several of them raise their tails. Might they be feeding? The hydrophone installed in the bay might provide us with some clues thanks to the calls it has recorded. Toward the end of the encounter, we manage to observe two calves.

    Update: april 6, 2018