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Northern migrating Gray whales and returning humpbacks!

a large body of water with a mountain in the background

On Sunday this week we had a beautiful tour exploring the Monterey Bay while encountering some gray whales migrating back up to their Arctic summer feeding grounds. These guys have one of the longest migration routes of any animal, clocking up to 14,000 miles round trip.  Additionally we had some humpback whales returning from their migration down south.  A black footed albatross was a nice see along with the favored Stellar sea lion. There is so much to see out here, come out and join us- you’ll love it.

Photos taken by Kaelyn DeYoung

a bird flying over a body of water

a dog swimming in a body of water

a dog sitting on a boat in the water

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