WOW!

MEMORABLE On-The-Water Moments

Everyone needs a little WOW in their life these days. So we sorted through our Encounter photos and have selected some of our favorite images to showcase. We think this gallery is aptly named, "WOW - Memorable On-The-Water Moments." 

We will be adding photos to this gallery frequently, so check back often!

L4 Matriline

Some WOW photos of the L4 Matriline!

L118 playing with jellyfish
© Center for Whale Research 2016
L118 breach next to L116
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 spyhop
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 pecwave
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 rolls over L82's belly
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 flukes
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 flukes and L108
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L116 breaching
© Center for Whale Research 2013
L116 and J44 goofin
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L103 breach
© Center for Whale Research 2014
L109 flukes
© Center for Whale Research 2013
L103, L55, and L109
© Center for Whale Research 2015
L82
© Center for Whale Research 2013
L82 inverted tail lob
© Center for Whale Research 2015
L103 and L123
© Center for Whale Research 2019
L106 playing with kelp
© Center for Whale Research 2018
L116
© Center for Whale Research 2018
L103 belly flop
© Center for Whale Research 2018
L103 and L123
© Center for Whale Research 2018
L106 breach
© Center for Whale Research 2018
L118
© Center for Whale Research 2017
L118 inverted taillob
© Center for Whale Research 2017
L109 plays with a piece of kelp
© Center for Whale Research 2016
L109 and L118
© Center for Whale Research 2011
L103 spyhop
© Center for Whale Research 2016
L55 spyhop
© Center for Whale Research 2016
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