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Tofino Wildlife Update

Wildlife Tour Update – September 17th

By September 17, 2022 No Comments

Good morning,

Fun Fact
Gray whales use their snouts to dig for animals on the bottom of the ocean. They filter their food through baleen, a series of 18-inch long plates attached to their jaw. Baleen is strong, but flexible, and similar to human fingernails. In the late 1800s, if you can believe it, baleen was used in women’s undergarments.


Please take a moment to view our upcoming tours and enjoy the day! 

TODAY – (Saturday, September 17th)

11:00 AM Bear Watching πŸ» CONFIRMED – Space Available
1:30 PM Whale Watching πŸ‹ CONFIRMED – Space Available
4:30 PM Whale  Watching πŸ‹ :  Space Available

TOMORROW – (Sunday, September 18th)

9:15 AM Whale Watching πŸ‹ Space Available
12:15 PM Bear Watching πŸ» CONFIRMED – Space Available
3:00 PM Whale  Watching πŸ‹ :  Space Available


Kindly,

Keith



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