On the average of once a year, we come across bubble feeding Humpback whales. This is the amazing act of cooperative feeding that Humpbacks undertake to eat schools of small fish. When we see it, it is very often re-occurring as the whales follow the school of fish taking a "bite" every ten or fifteen minutes or so. The guessing game is "where will they come up next?" The anxiety builds as the whales are underwater preparing for the next lunge. Very exciting! Last year the lucky spot was South Chatham.