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Last Spots on Upcoming Dominica Sperm Whale Trip Led by Keri Wilk
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, March 12, 2018 @ 05:45 AM (EST)

If you checked out Keri Wilk’s take on the Nikon D500 while photographing Dominica’s sperm whales last year, you were likely thinking one of two things: “That’s one heck of a tasty DSLR and I want one!” or “I would give anything to photograph those bad boys!” Or probably both.

Well, nobody’s handing out free D500s, but the next best thing is up for grabs: an awesome opportunity to join Mr Wilk on his next trip to Dominica. Keri is offering the remaining couple of spots on his March 29–April 4 expedition at a heavily discounted price.

Only a handful of permits to enter the water with these amazing giants are handed out each year, so this is truly a rare chance to get within a few feet of the world’s largest predator. Having led dozens of trips to encounter the whales over the last few years, there’s also no better person than this talented shooter to ensure you go home with memory cards brimming with cool images. Oh, and you might well get a few dolphins, false killer whales, and beaked whales in there, too.

And in case you needed one final reason to join Keri, freediving with Dominica’s sperm whales brings another benefit: much-needed revenue for an island ravaged by Hurricane Maria, which left mind-boggling destruction in its wake when it struck last September. Keri donates a portion of profits to relief efforts.

For more information, contact Keri at keri@reefnet.ca. Be quick, as there are very limited spaces on the March 29–April 4 trip.




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Plojy Natarez
Mar 14, 2018 7:57 AM
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Creni Norka
Mar 19, 2018 4:47 AM
Creni Norka wrote:
Great pictures
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Mar 19, 2018 8:30 AM
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