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Humpback Whales Bubble Feeding in Alaska

Incredible Drone View

Large Group of Humpback Whales Feeding in the Pristine Waters of Alaska. Aerial Drone Footage from Seagulls Point of View.

From Wikipedia: The humpback whale's most inventive technique is known as bubble net feeding; a group of whales swims in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of prey. The shrinking ring of bubbles encircles the school and confines it in an ever-smaller cylinder. This ring can begin at up to 30 metres (98 ft) in diameter and involve the cooperation of a dozen animals. Using a crittercam attached to a whale's back, researchers found that some whales blow the bubbles, some dive deeper to drive fish toward the surface, and others herd prey into the net by vocalizing.[40] The whales then suddenly swim upward through the "net", mouths agape, swallowing thousands of fish in one gulp. Plated grooves in the whale's mouth allow the creature to easily drain all the water initially taken in.

Epic Alaska Winter

From Issimo Productions

From Filmaker:

Alaska is filled with epic landscapes made all the more beautiful in the quiet frozen solitude of winter. This is a compilation of some of the footage we captured on a recent trip to Alaska.

Locations in Alaska included Colony Glacier, Girdwood, Portage, Eagle River, Talkeetna, and Denali State Park
Filmed on RED EPIC
issimoproductions.com
Music by Micah Dahl Anderson
micahdahl.com

Protect Alaska's Wild Places

From the Alaska Wilderness League

The Alaska Wilderness League is a friend of AlaskaFlyOut.com and partner in the effort to preserve Alaska's wild lands and waters, including the Tongass National Rainforest, by engaging citizens and decision makers with a courageous, constant, victorious voice for Alaska.

See their cornerstone website www.tourthetongass.com to see the wonders of the Tongass region. You can see our recommended lodges from the region on our lodge map page

Tongass Lodge Map

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