AUGUST 3, 2010

  • 03 / 08 / 2010 Par Camille Bégin-Marchand

    It’s a foggy day. Visibility is still decent enough that we can head offshore in search of belugas aboard the Bleuvet. It’s in the sector off Les Bergeronnes that we cross paths with about a hundred individuals. The herd contains several sizable grays, which we might call “teenagers”. The belugas are a lively bunch, and we can even hear vocalizations and whistles. Within the herd, we recognize JP along with four other large gray belugas. The fog thickens, so much that we completely lose sight of the animals. Be that as it may, we can still hear their breaths and calls. Unfortunately, we have to call it a day and return to the marina.