JULY 30, 2007
10 / 12 / 2015
DL1670 is recognized out of a group of some forty individuals, mostly white adults. Ever since he was first identified, this young male beluga has generally been encountered at the mouth of the Fjord, which leads us to believe that he might belong to one of the two male networks of the Saguenay. Today, he is in the company of Trèfle and other males associated with the network farther down river, the “downstream boys” as we call them. We believe that there are very few encounters between males of different networks, although definitive affiliation to a given network might be established late in a beluga’s life… Stay tuned!