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Map of the observations of the week
The map is published from the first week of June to the end of September.
- Right whale
- Minke whale
- Blue whale
- Humpback whale
- Fin whale
- Sperm whale
- Killer whale
- White-sided dolphin
- White-beaked dolphin
- Long-finned pilot whale
- Harbour porpoise
- Harbour seal
- Grey seal
- Harp seal
- Basking shark
- Red tuna
- Leatherback turtle
The story behind the sightings
June 3 to 9: Dinner is served!
June 10 to 16: Familiar Markings and Tail Slaps in the Water
June 17 to 23: Creatures of Habit
June 24 to 30: Frozen Moments in the Mist
July 1st to 7: “It’s Alive Out There!”
July 15 to 21: Keeping one’s distance to keep them safe
July 22 to 28: Here one day, gone the next!
July 28 to August 4: The Magic of Dawn and Dusk
August 5 to 11: Whales Aplenty!
August 12 to 18: Siam, Tic Tac Toe, Cédille and co.
August 19 to 25: Life in Blue!
August 26 to September 1: A Question of Identity
September 2 to 8: Sperm Whales!
September 9 to 15: Winds of Change Sweeping Across the St. Lawrence
September 16 to 22: Magical Moments
September 23 to 29: Will Whales Be Packing Their Bags Soon?
June 3 to 10: A Little Stroll Out to Sea
June 11 to 17: Whales and Calves
June 18 to 25: Belugas and minke whales take centre stage
June 26 to July 1: Belugas in Baie Sainte-Marguerite Bay and return of the dolphins
July 2 to 8: Some Days You Get Lucky, Some Days You Don’t
July 9 to 15: When they move, they move!
July 16 to 22: Let’s get loud
July 23 to 29: Action in the Gaspé and Estuary regions
July 30 to August 5: Narwhal still present in the St. Lawrence
August 6 to 12: The Fragile Immensity of the Blue Whale
August 13 to 19: Breaching Fin Whale and Moments of Grace
August 20 to 26: Right Whales, Ocean Sunfish and Beluwaves
August 27 to September 2: Globetrotters and giant sleepers
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