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Orca Stading | by Eco Lodge Peninsula Valdes
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Orca Stading

Between late February and late April you can see the Orcas from shore.At Punta Norte sea lions colony. The high tide mark is the likely timetable orcas attack. There are 2 high tides per day and 2 low tides, with an interim period stationary, about 20 minutes. The schedule of the tide goes out running every day between 20 minutes and a little over an hour later with respect to the previous day.

That is why daily Orcas attacks sea lions happen in a progressive manner. When the Orca stranding on the beaches of Punta Norte very early in the morning, there will be a high tide late sunset. That are just a couple of days per month, days are called double tide.

Dawn hours generally are more productive for the orcas. .As playful and carefree behavior, sea lions on the coast, waking with the light of the day, move back and forth from the beach, playing in the frontline in a fairly dangerous distraction.

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Taken on September 9, 2011