Killer whales' feeding frenzy caught on camera
'They were close enough that they could nip your feet,' says Chad Giesbrecht, who shot video
A Vancouver Island man got a treat when a group of orcas came really close to shore and had a feeding frenzy on Friday.
Chad Giesbrecht said he was walking along the Dodd Narrows around 4:20 p.m. PT when he spotted the killer whales.
"It's always a bit of an adrenaline rush when they swim up so close," he said.
"They were close enough that they could nip your feet."