JULY 13, 2011

  • 13 / 07 / 2011 Par Équipe BED

    Arriving off the coast of Cap de Bon-Désir, in the downstream portion of the Estuary, we meet up with a small, scattered herd. The animals are swimming alone or in very small groups. After two hours of monitoring, the herd tightens and there are now about fifty belugas, mostly adults and a few grays. Amongst them, there’s one beluga with a round, white scar on the top of its back, just in front of its dorsal crest. He didn’t even have a name yet!