One 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.
Had 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.
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Blue whales, the world’s largest animal, are being seen in droves off the Northern California coast.
As 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.
A 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.
A group of whale watchers spotted a pod of killer whales about 10 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge Saturday.