Vessel Sea Lion with a 'Transient' Orca Whale (#1/24)
Sometimes we also view whales that our not resident to the San Juan Islands. Come aboard and our gui
Kids plus whales = fun (#2/24)
Great for kids of all ages.
Breaching Orca (#3/24)
Not always, but on many tours guest get to see an orca whale breach. Oh boy!!!!!
Breaching Humpback in September (#4/24)
Yes, occasionally we will view Humpbacks near San Juan Island
Full Breach (#5/24)
A breaching resident Orca Whale. WHOAH!
A 'Pod' of Orcas (#6/24)
It is rare to have a resident orca whale completely by themselves. They usually travel in small grou
Mt Baker for Icing (#7/24)
This is the famous Mt. Baker in the background. This is just one of the many gorgeous landmarks seen
Male Orca Whale Named Ruffles (#8/24)
This five foot dorsal says you are looking at a mature male orca whale.
Orca Whale Comes Up For Fresh Air (#9/24)
Whales are air breathing mammals.
A male orca whale.
Porpoise Too? Yes and they love to bow ride (#11/24)
A Dahls porpoise
Bald Eagles (#12/24)
We have many pair of bald eagles in the San Juan Islands. It would be rare for us to not spot one on
Sitting Pretty (#13/24)
A male Stellar Sea Lion sits regally posed on a rock outcrop near the south end of San Juan Island
Sea Birds (#14/24)
Lots of them. We have 250 + bird species in the San Juan Islands. This was quite a spectacular day o
MV Sea Lion in her slip (#15/24)
This is the MV Sea Lion new, fast, 55 foot long with a large, windowed, heated cabin. Built just for
The MV Sea Lion-Movin' Out to Find The Orca (#16/24)
Comfy and fast.
Our Naturalists are Knowledgeable and Friendly (#17/24)
Cheerful and knowledgeable.
Meet The Owners Overlooking the West Side S J Island (#18/24)
Vertical breach - go! (#19/24)
This is a breach about 1/2 taken by a guest.
Sea Birds Galore! (#20/24)
A Rhinoceros Auklet is a familiar site around the islands.
Stellars and Birds (#21/24)
Stellars and Bird share a large rock outcropping of the southern tip of San Juan Island. What a rack
Harbor Seal in Friday Harbor (#22/24)
Known as Popeye. (She is a GIRL)
Naturalist Serena and Young Guest (#23/24)
Looking over the identification of the resident killer whales together.
Light House (#24/24)
This in one of two lighthouses on San Juan Island.