Paul Pudwell of Sooke Coastal Exploration notified us that world famous transient killer whale “Chainsaw” (formally T063) was spotted by his crew today (April 22), in Sooke waters. This whale has not seen for years. Last time Paul saw it in this area was three years ago.
T063 is nicknamed “Chainsaw,” because of the shape of his dorsal fin.
Following is the Sooke Coastal Exploration post on Facebook, along with access to their full gallery of this rare sighting.
For more information, visit Sooke Coastal Explorations on Facebook.