OCTOBER 10, 2006

  • 10 / 10 / 2006 Par Camille Bégin-Marchand

    We’re at the mouth of the Saguenay, in the company of about twenty belugas. Their size and behaviour suggest that this is a herd of adult males. Nevertheless, among them is one very small white individual, as well as some smaller grays. At a certain point, the smaller individuals leave the herd and thirteen belugas draw closer together. We photograph the individuals and recognize Montpetit-Gustave, who is in the company of Chérubin. Suddenly, the animals disappear. Only one white beluga remains. We stay with it for a short while, waiting to see the others reappear… but nothing. So we decide to return to the marina: it’s the end of the contact, but also the end of our photo-ID season!