West Seattle whales: Orcas headed northbound

3:57 PM: You might have seen TV-helicopter aerials of orcas off south Vashon Island earlier today. Kersti Muul sends word the orcas have emerged from Colvos Passage on the west side of Vashon and are northbound in the Southworth vicinity. So if you want to whale-watch, grab your binoculars and take a look from west-facing West Seattle. Let us know if you see them! (And remember that The Whale Trail has an Orca Talk tonight, as featured in our highlights list.)

4:07 PM: Just talked to Kersti. These are residents, she says, and they’re now moving fast – off the south end of Blake. Closer to the west side of the Sound so you DEFINITELY need binoculars.

2 Replies to "West Seattle whales: Orcas headed northbound"

  • Kersti E Muul November 8, 2018 (6:10 pm)

    Watched beautiful backlit blows and soany breaches spread very far out until the sun went down.

  • Kersti E Muul November 8, 2018 (6:14 pm)

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