Click on the whale or the seal icon to find out more about the corresponding observation (species, number of individuals, info, pictures). To enlarge the map, click on the top right corner icon. 

Map of the observations of the week

The map is published from the first week of June to the end of October.


Baleen whale

  • icône rorqual commun Right whale
  • icône petit rorqual Minke whale
  • icône rorqual bleu Blue whale
  • icône rorqual à bosse Humpback whale
  • icône rorqual commun Fin whale

Toothed whale

  • icône béluga Beluga
  • icône cachalot Sperm whale
  • icône épaulard Killer whale
  • icône Dauphin à flancs blancs White-sided dolphin
  • icône Dauphin à nez blanc White-beaked dolphin
  • icône Globicéphale noir Long-finned pilot whale
  • icône marsouin commun Harbour porpoise
  • icône narval Narwhal


  • icône phoque commun Harbour seal
  • icône phoque gris Grey seal
  • icône phoque du Groenland Harp seal


  • icône requin pèlerin Basking shark


  • icône thon rouge Red tuna


  • icône tortue luth Leatherback turtle

The story behind the sightings

August 22 to 28, 2019: Summer Not Quite Over for the Whales

August 8 to 14, 2019: Out of the Ordinary

July 25 to August 8, 2019: Cetacean Acrobats

July 19 to 24, 2019: Tiny Calf Will Become Giant

July 11 to 18, 2019: Noteworthy Fish and Whales Galore

July 4 to 10, 2019: First Dolphins of the Year and a Great-Grandmother

June 22 to 28, 2019: Fins on the horizon!

June 15 to 21, 2019:Large Rorquals from the North Shore to the Gaspé Peninsula

June 7 to 14, 2019 : Tic Tac Toe, Snowball, Petite Fleur and Leprechaun

May 30 to June 6, 2019: Tiny Fish Fall Prey to Teeth and Baleen