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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Happy “Otterdays” from Ollie the Otter | Hugh  buttonLink

Happy “Otterdays” from Ollie the Otter

As my Holiday gift to my readers I thought I’d share some of the cuter images of our newest sea otter Ollie and also an amusing anecdote of one of her adorable antics.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Thursday, December 16, 2010

The American Cetacean Society Brings us Good News! | Kera  buttonLink

The American Cetacean Society Brings us Good News!

The American Cetacean Society does an annual census of southbound and northbound gray whales off of Point Vicente and it’s official… the first gray whale has been spotted! According to the census, the whale was breaching as well. Hopefully that’s some kind of foreshadowing of what this year will look like.

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Thursday, December 09, 2010

A New Adventure in “Otter” Space | Hugh  buttonLink

A New Adventure in “Otter” Space

The little orphan sea otter whimpered softly as she crawled onto my lap. Finding it a worthy substitute for a momma otter’s belly she proceeded to curl up and began to groom her baby fur with her paws. Still unable to fully tend to her fur all by herself I helped by using a towel and comb to work on her problem areas. After a few minutes her swirling paws were starting to slow down and her eyes were getting heavy. Then one of her paws gripped the towel I was using to dry her and moved it across her body like a blanket. Moments later the little furry critter was fully asleep on my lap looking like a child snoozing on a bed. Thus began my newest Adventure in Otter Space.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

An Early Showing for the Gray Whales This Season? | Kera  buttonLink

An Early Showing for the Gray Whales This Season?

On November 20, 2010 we switched from our Dolphin and Sea Life Cruises to Gray Whale Watch. Although the major flux isn’t until usually until later in the season, the pregnant females are the first to head south and we could start seeing them at any time.

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