Orcas on a hunt

Pod, including calf, spotted near Deep Bay

Courtenay resident Ida Fraser sent in these shots of a pod of orcas hunting sea lions between Buckley Bay and Deep Bay, Sunday afternoon.

“There were seven to nine orcas, including a baby,” said Fraser. “They played and taught the baby for many hours.”


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