Where the waters of Caamano Sound squeeze into Whale Channel, four humpback whales circle in slow, languorous patterns. The blowing and snorting through their airholes is loud and rings out over the water as they spray. Ravens croak from nearby and above, as always, eagles circle. Meanwhile, the whales dive, and the water above returns to calm save for a few wind ripples.
mouth agape, its great baleen plates exposed
and scooping up a massive mouthful of krill and small fish.
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