Well, yes, I know these are not whales, but when you go whale watching out of Juneau, you don't know what you might see.
And generally hang out.
But the main attraction was the whales. The first hint is a spout.
Then you see that back with the hump--humpback whales.
Humpbacks normally are loners. This day there are a dozen or more hanging out together feeding. That's is logical, as you go to eat where the food is right? It must have been a great buffet that day.
Each whale's fluke or tail has a different pattern of white and gray, like a fingerprint. Whale watching staff know some of them by name.
We had seen several eagles too far for a good picture on the way out, but this one was waiting for us when we got off the boat.