What is this news I read?
What is this picture* I see?
There's a gray whale swimming in False Creek?
The former industrial ocean inlet on the south shore of the downtown Vancouver peninsula?
This can only mean two things:
False Creek's getting healthier, or the rest of the Georgia Strait's getting worse.
Post Edit Babble: The fact that there are even gray whales in the Georgia Strait is newsworthy enough. But False Creek? That takes it to a whole new realm of weirdness. Reports yesterday claimed that gray whales were swimming in Howe Sound. Normally you only get orcas in the Georgia Strait, not gray whales. Gray whales are otherwise found on the west coast of Vancouver Island in the open Pacific Ocean. I wonder what it means?
*For real photos, check out this great story from VancouverIsAwesome!