We had a foggy morning, but that didn’t stop us from finding four gray whales – three northbound and one undetermined. The first one that we found was very close to shore in just 70 feet of water. As it went down for a dive, it displayed some kelp from the nearby forest trailing behind on its tail. We found three other whales farther offshore and a teeny, tiny sea lion pup that followed our boat for several minutes.

We are expected to have a heat wave for the next week with temperatures in the 80’s. I can’t think of anywhere better to be than on the Pacific looking for whales!

If you’re joining us tomorrow, please remember that we ONLY have an afternoon trip departing at 1:30. There is no morning trip tomorrow.

See you then!

Erin

 

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