AUGUST 14, 2009

  • 14 / 08 / 2009 Par Camille Bégin-Marchand

    A few nautical miles from our shorebase of Tadoussac, we observe on board the Bleuvet a herd of about sixty belugas, including adults, juveniles and one newborn. The belugas are swimming toward the south shore. We’re at the tail end of the herd and gradually photograph individuals as we make our way toward the head. We recognize Nics, who is swimming in a group that also includes a newborn, four adults and a calf. What’s more, we also recognize Frimas, AlbioriX, Miss Frontenac, Or Blanc, DL1328, Al and DL1935.