JULY 12, 2012

  • 12 / 07 / 2012 Par Anthony François

    The Bleuvet is off Pointe aux Crêpes in the Saguenay Fjord. Around us are about twenty belugas, half of which are young animals. Within the herd, we observe Bélibec for the second day in a row. Today she is swimming with two other adults (pure white) and three juveniles (still gray). After twenty minutes of observation, we take shelter inside the boat’s cabin while a storm passes. Then, once the rain has subsided, we are able to continue observing the herd, which is slowly moving ahead. From time to time, a beluga pops its head above the surface.