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  1. Has anyone looked at why the whales have changed their diet so much in just a few years? I watched the whales in Dyes Inlet in 1995 gorge themselves an the record run of Chum salmon. The dozen or so whales stuck around for a month till the fish were gone. I’m certain there were no Chinook runs in the bay.

    1. Actually they have not changed there diet. Chum is still on their menu and they will certainly gorge on it when available. Chinook however make up over 80% of their total diet. Runs off all their favorites, Chum, Chinook and Coho however have greatly declined since that amazing week in Dyes Inlet years ago.

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