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Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers had an encounter with Orca whales while on boat patrol on Tuesday, May 26, on the Tillamook Bay.

OSP’s Fish & Wildlife Division enforces and protects Oregon’s sport and commercial fishery regulations, as well as marine resources, along with enforcing laws governing the commercial fishing industry.

See the video here:

https://www.facebook.com/OSPsocial/videos/1647489638751877/

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Gus Meyer

Orca whales over the past decade have entered Tillamook Bay to teach their young the methodology of how to catch salmon = its the time of spring salmon locally. TILLAMOOK FEEDS THE WHALES AND BUILDS THEIR YOUNG FEEDING SKILLS.

Gus Meyer, Tillamook

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