Another dead whale has washed up on a Bay Area beach, the seventh in just six weeks.
Two whales that turned up dead on a Pacifica beach in recent weeks will be buried there at the request of the city, according to police.
People strolling on San Francisco’s waterfront Wednesday report a rare treat, the site of two whales entering the Golden Gate.
The trend of whales washing ashore continues, this time in Santa Cruz County. Lab officials are investigating the deaths of two gray whale carcasses that washed up this week.
Boaters have been asked to keep their distance away from an influx of whales expected to migrate through Bay Area waters for the next few months, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials.
Two recent gray whale sightings on the other side of the world may suggest that climate change is forcing them to expand their habitat.
The U.S. Coast Guard warned ferry operators in San Francisco Bay and other boaters Monday to be on the lookout for a whale that was spotted in the bay.
Rich German posted the video to his Facebook page earlier this month, and has received national media attention for his encounter with the whales.
A stand-up paddle board instructor captured a breath-taking encounter with humpback whales in the Monterey Bay last week.
New research suggests there are as many blue whales living off the coast of California as there were before humans started hunting them to near extinction 110 years ago.