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Yesterday (June 20, 65) Samut Songkhram Provincial Administrative Organization Explore open sightseeing routesbluda whaleAt Mae Klong, there is a blue whale family. Come to live at the mouth of Mae Klong Bay Samut Songkhram which has never happened before
As a result of the closure of the Gulf making the seas more abundant prepare for trainingfishermanTake a Blue Da Whale Sightseeing at Mae Klong Create jobs, create a career, stimulate the community economy.
Ms. Sukanda Panasuttha, President of Samut Songkhram Provincial Administrative Organization along with those involved in the tour boat, explorebluda whaleIn the sea at the mouth of Mae Klong Bay It is 15 kilometers from Don Hoi Lod, takes about 1.5 hours with a boat speed of 7-8 knots or 12-14 km/hr.
meet the herdbluda whale Standing upright with mouth open for food which is a group of fish but can not swim very fast, such as anchovies and small mackerel, etc., by having the birds clean them And also found many bludas, both medium and small, appearing on the water surface all over the sea, which normally every year will seek for food in the sea, only in Phetchaburi and Samut Sakhon provinces.
butThis year, due to the Mae Klong estuary abundant Bulda therefore came to live.like never before which the fishermen in the area also benefited Because the Blue Whale herdsmackerel Get caught in the net more than usual.
Samut Songkhram Provincial Administrative Organization Prime Minister said that the foraging nature of the Blue Whale standing with its mouth open. There is only one in Thailand. While abroad, Bulda is tricky on the surface of the water, not showing up clearly like this. In the past covid-19 situation, people have stopped traveling. resulting in the recovery of the sea together with the measures to close the bay of the Department of Fisheries make the fish more abundant It is the best food for blue whales.
This year, blue whales were found entering the Mae Klong Bay estuary in the waters of Samut Songkhram Province. therefore went to the survey area to open the marine tourism route Because Bulda is the largest whale in the world. but a kind giant of the sea because humans can get close without hurting Prepare to promote tourism in various forms to help generate income for the people stimulate the economy in the area
For example, preparing a project to develop a pier at Wat Sattha Tham for easy access to boats, organizing trainings to educate fishing boats to be converted into tour boats, how to take whale watching. including environmental protection It will also promote the extension of comprehensive tourism, such as organizing whale watching trips, scallop drops, lane-boarding, and seafood tasting, etc. It will also coordinate with relevant agencies to provide advice on tourists’ safety.
Mr. Parinya Phadungthin, a famous photographer And the head of the whale watching tour, Bruda Mae Klong, said that during this period, it was during the closure of the bay that trawling boats were prohibited in the west coast of Tua Kor Bay, creating a great sea integrity. so we found a small fish which is the prey of a large number of whales causing whales to follow these fish into the Samut Songkhram province Therefore, blueda whales were found in this area.
Part of the high season of viewingbluda whaleMust watch the rainy season because the flood will blow nutrients into the estuary. causing small fish to seek nutrition near the shore Whales followed as well. And even if it rains on the shore But the sea during the day is calm and hot. will find rain in the evening when the ship has landed
However, before leaving the boat, we will check the weather conditions every time. Be sure to be safe. The boat will leave at 8 a.m. and return at 4 p.m., but the whale watching spot is uncertain. depending on the situation on a daily basis service fee Includes all expenses for boarding a boat to see Bruda Mae Klong whale. Interested persons can contact for more details at 090-197-7521.
Nopporn Boonthanawong, regional correspondent Samut Songkhram Province