JULY 26, 2017

  • 26 / 07 / 2017 Par Mélissa Tremblay

    The air is laden with moisture. We are on board the Bleuvet, in the sector around the mouth of the Saguenay. Some 80 belugas are swimming around us, including adults and a few young. The herd splits into 8 or 9 groups of about ten animals each. Amongst them, we recognize DL1328. The animals are swimming dynamically, and we can even hear them grunting, whistling and breathing loudly. They are moving very fast! We’ve been watching this herd for an hour. The belugas begin to dive for longer periods, which makes them difficult to follow. We decide to go search for another herd.

    Update: april 6, 2018