Check out this article on our social media whale watching campaign published earlier this week in the Daily Telegraph. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/national/twittering-whales-stars-of-cyberspace/story-e6freuzr-1225912101714
We are generating a bit of interest now which is great with some awesome sightings happening. I just got off the phone from Darryl Stuart of Narooma Charters. They took out almost 60 passengers today on a famil trip and are coming in half an hour late as they came across some whales on the way in who wouldn’t leave them alone. Nice problem to have isn’t it. Am sure we will get some great photos and stories from that trip – can’t wait!
We also had Anton of Anton’s Cafe (Kianga) call in with the message that there were some whales really close in at Kianga beach – hope they’re still there when I finish work. Last week we kept having reports of a mother and calf at Dalmeny Beach – five hours later when I finished work I thought I’d go and see if they were still there…sure enough they were just lying around about 75m off shore. Looked like they were just floating around in the surf (kind of like what I do really)…
All this and only the second day of spring – what a great place to live and work!