Pictures of Whales near Turn Point
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Most of these pictures were taken by volunteer docents/whalewatchers. They show the various activities of the Orcas.

Visitors to Turn Point get an up close view of whales.

A pod of Killer Whales (Orcas).

How to tell the males from females.

How to identify whales.

Probably the most exciting activity.

A very explosive activity.

The most common activity.

One form of communication between the whales.

Whales get in the kelp beds looking for food.

Whales can act like sharks.

Whales can rest while still moving.

Getting a better view of its surroundings.

Mother K-27 'Deadhead' and baby K-44 at Turn Point 7/9/2011.

Watch a video of whales passing Turn Point. Mother K-27 and baby K-44 are in the lower middle right portion of the screen.

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