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Each year our guides are also required to complete a forty hour training course. Topics include kayak safety, rescue, and wilderness medicine — plus training in tides, winds, currents and weather. 


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The shape and pattern of a humpback whale's tail (its fluke) is just like a human's fingerprint — no two are alike. Researchers (and whale watchers) can identify humpbacks by their flukes.

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