The Welcome Mover For Migrations – Killer Whale Cape Cod
The Killer Whale Cape Cod and Humpback Whales have recently become the latest buzz in the waters around the Cape as their migration season draws closer to its conclusion. With the warmer temperatures of southern Canada and Alaska behind them, these majestic creatures will be returning to their icy waters and feeding areas near where they feed during their migration season.
The arrival of the Killer Whale is not only a welcome sight for many people around Cape Cod, but it can also help promote tourism and trade in this area. In recent years the Cape Cod Canal has grown into a busy commercial shipping and tourist attraction attracting the attention of local and national media and politicians alike. In the meantime, the Killer Whales are becoming popular attractions of their own. With a wide range of activities ranging from viewing whales through a boat to snorkeling with the whales and watching from a kayak to snorkeling with the dolphins and a variety of other water activities, there is something for everyone at every outing with the potential for a full day of fun that most people never get to experience.
Local businesses and organizations organize many of the events surrounding the Killer Whale and Humpback Whales during their migration season. One of the most popular of these events is the Humpback Whales Swim-up Race. This fun, family-oriented event will have participants entering the water while surrounded by whale sharks as they swim to a finish line. A prize will be awarded to the winning participant, and all proceeds from this event go to support the local marine conservation organization that organizes the event.