SEPTEMBER 14, 2012

  • 14 / 09 / 2012 Par Camille Bégin-Marchand

    At the mouth of the Saguenay, we encounter a herd of 10 belugas. We immediately recognize Yogi, a female we have been tracking for decades. She has a newborn at her side. Is it her own? Fifteen minutes later, the newborn swims to the side of another individual. After a short while it returns to Yogi, and repeats this game several times. A group of four individuals, amongst which we recognize Marjo and the female DL1508, draw closer together. A second newborn is observed in the herd. All of a sudden the animals begin swimming rapidly upstream.