Whales feeding in front of Whale Island near Sitka, Alaska.
About fourteen humpback whales feed together in Eastern Channel near Sitka, Alaska.
When humpback whales bubble feed they force their prey to the surface.
The surrounding seabirds, mostly gulls, benefit greatly as these small fish would be well beyond their grasp without the aid of the whales.
Whale Park Breach 1
A humpback whale breaches in front of Sitka, Alaska near Whale Park.
Eastern Channel Feeders
A group of eleven humpback whales feed along with many frantic seagulls in Eastern Channel near Sitka, Alaska.
Whale Island Bubble Feeders
Three of the eleven whales that were feeding together are pictured here in front of Whale Island near Sitka, Alaska.
Misty Whales in Eastern Channel
The mist hangs in the air after these whales have exhaled at the surface.
Whale Park Breach 2
A humpback whale breaches in front of Sitka, Alaska near Whale Park. I took this photograph from over a mile and a half away.