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Whales are Busy in Makaiwa Bay on the Big Island

We were out kayaking in Maikaiwa Bay off the Mauna Lani Beach recently and whales were surfacing everywhere. Several surfaced very close to the kayak.

View the video below for some of the action we recorded, especially the baby whales breaching. Pretty exciting. Excuse the bouncy video, but it’s hard to keep the kayak steady!

Whale watching in Makaiwa Bay February 19, 2011

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Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

March 18, 2011

Dan and Marion… ummm… WOW!!! Your video is incredible!! I don’t know if I’m more struck by how close you were to the whales, or how amazing it is to hear them… well… breathe… amazing!!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

March 18, 2011

Dan and Marion… ummm… WOW!!! Your video is incredible!! I don’t know if I’m more struck by how close you were to the whales, or how amazing it is to hear them… well… breathe… amazing!!

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