A pod of orca whales have been spotted swimming in the waters of Vancouver’s Burrard Inlet.
Vancouver Aquarium staff first spotted the pod, of at least four, before noon on Monday.
— Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) June 22, 2015
— Carly Yoshida (@CTVcarlyyoshida) June 22, 2015
Today a pod of Biggs killer whales (including a calf) visited Burrard Inlet just off Stanley Park. We’ve ID’d the pod as the T65A’s. If you see a whale, dolphin or porpoise we want to know – report your sightings to our B.C. Cetacean Sightings Network. http://wildwhales.org/sightings #Biggs #killerwhales A photo posted by Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) on
Orca whales swimming in Vancouver’s Coal HarbourWes Swanson captured this epic video of orca whales swimming in #Vancouver’s Coal Harbour, just beyond the Vancouver Convention Centre, earlier today.Video by: Coal Harbour and Lonsdale Boat Rentals
Posted by Vancity Buzz on Monday, June 22, 2015