Stunning Drone Video Captures Gray Whales Swimming Through Monterey BayA drone flying overhead captured a spectacular view of a pod of a dozen gray whales swimming through Monterey Bay this past weekend.
Orcas Engage In Unprecedented Monterey Bay Killing SpreeA biologist with Monterey Bay Whale Watch says orcas have killed four gray whale calves in eight days.
Lucky Pacifica Surfers Have Close Encounter With Humpback WhalesA group of surfers had a once in a lifetime experience that was captured on video last weekend when they encountered whales feeding off the coast of Pacifica.
5 Best Whale Watching Locations In The WorldWhale watching vacations offer travelers the opportunity to see these majestic creatures in some of the most exotic and unique places around the world.
Ocean Changes Lead To Stellar Whale Watching On Monterey BayChanges in the ocean are making for some incredible sights closer to shore than ever before. Whale watching in the Monterey Bay recently has been nothing short of epic.
Whale Nearly Crushes Couple Kayaking In Monterey CountyA tranquil whale watching tour turns terrifying within moments.
Warmer Water Leads To More Whales Spotted Along Monterey BayOne doesn’t have to travel too far out to sea these days to see a pod of humpback whales splashing about in front of you. This spectacle is becoming the new norm, right off the Monterey County coastline.
VIDEO: Rare Sighting Of Whale Without Tail In Southern CaliforniaHad passengers aboard the Dana Pride not seen the gray whale surface and blow a plume of mist into the air, they would not have had any idea what they were looking at.
Top 5 American Whale-Watching ToursYou don't have to travel the world to enjoy fabulous whale watching. Here are five of the best U.S. whale watching tours.
Blue Whales Spotted In Droves Near Santa Cruz, MontereyBlue whales, the world’s largest animal, are being seen in droves off the Northern California coast.
Humpback Whales Come Dangerously Close To People At Santa Cruz ShoreAs many as 11 humpback whales have been feeding unusually close to the Santa Cruz shoreline, and there's concern that interested boaters, kayakers and surfers are getting too close.
Pacifica School Raises Money For Whale Watching PlatformA Pacifica elementary school that has a great view of the ocean is trying to put together enough materials and funds to build a platform where students can watch migrating whales.