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5 Weird Whale Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Whales are cool and we know that. What about all the weird questions we have about them? You know, the things that you wouldn’t necessarily want to ask a friend or even captain Andrew on a whale watching tour? Hopefully this post can answer a couple of those questions for you. Maybe even some questions you…

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October 16, 2017

Wild Salmon are in Great Danger

In a post earlier this month, we talked about an organization called Sea Shepherd and why we stand with them. They are currently working on a campaign that hits close to home for us. Introducing: Operation Virus Hunter We will link to Sea Shepherd’s website where you can read a comprehensive explanation and detailed summary of their…

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September 30, 2017

Why The Whales Are Leaving

While we have been treated to some spectacular whale sightings out on our adventures, there has been a noticeable shift in the whale population this year. Our whale friends are spending less time in our beautiful waters and we want to find out why. A Whale’s Gotta Eat! There is research to suggest that the…

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September 20, 2017

Why We Stand with Sea Shepherd

You may have noticed that on our boats we fly a black flag that almost looks like a pirate flag? It’s actually the flag of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCC). The Sea Shepherds are an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Their mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife…

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September 17, 2017

Why Can’t Sharks & Whales Get Along?

It is interesting that on the one hand the face of a white shark strikes fear into your heart, while a killer whale fills you with awe. Don’t get me wrong, sharks are scary and they should be feared. They are like a mean kid with no friends who just wants to be feared. Whales…

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August 28, 2017

The 4 Most Asked Questions We Get

You may have walked by us at the end of the White Rock pier, heard about us through a friend, or saw us online somewhere. However it was, I’m sure you have some questions about whale watching or how White Rock Sea Tours does it. We want to answer some of those questions you have…

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August 17, 2017

Ultimate Guide to Showing Off White Rock

You have some family or friends coming to town and you want to show them a good time? Obviously you have to bring them to White Rock. We boast such a beautiful town with cool shopping, great restaurants, and of course the big bad ocean! To show someone the absolute best of our beautiful city…

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August 9, 2017

4 Fun Facts About Whales You Didn’t Know

The mere size of a Killer Whale is striking, but there are many more amazing features that make these awesome creatures stand out. The reason people are so fascinated with whales and go on whale watching trips is because they are such powerful and incredible creatures. The size of them is one thing, but what…

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July 30, 2017

Keep Whales Safe with These 5 ‘Whale Wise’ Tips

At White Rock Sea Tours we are very passionate about whales and making sure that they are treated properly. We understand that our experience comes second behind the safety of those beautiful animals. This is why we are serious about conservation and being Whale Wise. What does being Whale Wise look like? Stay out of their…

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July 13, 2017

The Best Way to Experience a Sunset this Summer

Have you seen the magical sunsets that we have been having lately? This summer is truly bringing us light shows that are next level. The biggest problem though…Where is the best place to watch it? Maybe you just walk out your front door and take a seat right there to take in the last of…

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July 13, 2017

Homeless Count Records People Living on South Surrey River

Image Credit: Aaron Hinks1 24by Aaron Hinks – Peace Arch NewsSouth Surrey posted Mar 10, 2017 at 10:00 AM In an effort to get a point-in-time snapshot of the number of homeless people living in Metro Vancouver, volunteers took to the streets – and the water – to survey those who fall within the definition….

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March 10, 2017

Saratoga Greys here for a month!

In a Spring Visit, the Pacific Whale Watch Association Reports Sightings of “Saratoga Grays” in ‎Puget Sound Waters KIRO 7 Eyewitness News (CBS Seattle) February 22, 2016 Gray Whales Arrive for ‘Spring Visit’ in Puget Sound In the great migration of 22,000 eastern North Pacific gray whales, researchers have spotted some swimming in the Puget…

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February 27, 2016

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