Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure May 23

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The Ocean Magic set out from Victoria’s inner harbour out into sunny skies and calm seas. Our Capt. Scotty headed west to Race Rocks, here we took in the sights of Elephant Seals, Stellar Sealions and Harbour Seals. We then headed to Constance Bank and caught up with a group of Transient Killer Whales, these… Read more »

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Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure May 20

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Todays Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure was set against sunny skies, our Skipper Scotty took us East in our search for whales. Our fist encounter was with Harbour Porpoise. These elusive shy animals were working the water in small groups, gently rolling at the surface as they took their breaths. We kept our easterly heading and… Read more »

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Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure May 19

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With exceptional visibility, sunshine and blue skies, the Ocean Magic left the harbour and headed south east toward Hein Bank. Capt Gord , and crew members, Mika, Liz and Brandon made this a special trip for our guests on board, sharing a wealth of knowledge of the marine life to be found in these rich,… Read more »

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Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure May 14

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Our Skipper Gord took the Ocean Magic out into sunshine and calm seas. He had us headed west to a report from our Zodiac Skipper Myles “Mountain Man” of Resident Killer Whales near Race Rocks Ecological Reserve. It was not long before Gord put us in a perfect position to view these magnificent Orca. These… Read more »

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Ocean Magic Wildlife Adventure May 13

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It was a picture perfect afternoon as Capt. Gord of the 12.15pm Ocean Magic vessel, headed our boat full of guests out of the harbour and toward a south east direction toward Hein Bank. It was here that reports of Transient killer whales were to be found. Transient ‘Orca ‘ are true apex hunters, feeding… Read more »

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Ocean Magic Adventure May 7

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Captain Gord slipped the Ocean Magic from Victoria’s inner harbour and headed us west past Race Rocks and out past Sooke to Otter Point. Here we caught up with T124C a Transient Orca. We watched this solo Killer Whale as it would surface in typical random Transient Orca fashion. The weather closed in on us,… Read more »

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