Home > Aquarium Blog > Whale Watching

Aquarium Blog | Whale Watching

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, April 12, 2018

The Gray and Fin Whale Parade Continues! | James S.  

The Gray and Fin Whale Parade Continues!

It’s been very exciting on the whale watches recently, we’ve seen lots of fin whales, gray whales, dolphins, and an early blue whale!

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Pacific White-Sided Dolphins | James S.  

Pacific White-Sided Dolphins

Hello everyone, it’s been an exciting time on the water with all of the northbound gray whales we’re spotting, the fin whales, and the Pacific white-sided dolphins.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Still Lots of Fin & Gray Whales Out There! | James S.  

Still Lots of Fin & Gray Whales Out There!

Well gray whale season the past couple weeks has been very fun for us, we’ve seen plenty of northbound gray whales (one even playing in the kelp), fin whales, lots of dolphins, not too many cow calf pairs yet though. But don’t worry! They’re probably on their way.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, March 01, 2018

Northbound Sightings of Grays | James S.  

Northbound Sightings of Grays

Even with the wind and the cooler temperatures we’re still getting lots of fin and gray whale sightings out on the water along with the many dolphins, seals and sea lions, and even a shark!

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Grays and Fins Galore | James S.  

Grays and Fins Galore

We’ve had really productive whale watches the past couple of weeks, lots of dolphins (including my favorite, the Pacific white-sided), fin whales, gray whales, breaching whales, and even a humpback whale. Our new interns are in full swing, taking some amazing photos for you all to explore our local ocean life.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, February 01, 2018

Fin Whales, Gray Whales, and Orca! | James S.  

Fin Whales, Gray Whales, and Orca!

Since our last blog we’ve had a lot of great sightings on the water. Not only have we had great fin whale and gray whale sightings, breaching grays, dolphins, but another visit from the transient orca! The whale watch was also able to view the orca in the middle of a hunt.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, January 04, 2018

Happy New Year! | James S.  

Happy New Year!

It’s been a lot of fun on the water, even with the cooler temperatures. We’ve seen lots of fin whales, humpback whales, a few gray whales, even couple blue whales, dolphins and the Pacific white-sided dolphins have come south for their seasonal migration pattern.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Stop The Presses! Orcas Were Spotted! | James S.  

Stop The Presses! Orcas Were Spotted!

We had an amazing past couple of weeks out on the water. We just found orcas on the 19th, there’s been A LOT of humpbacks hanging around the area still, gray whales, fin whales, and lots of dolphins. The orcas were an amazing surprise on the 12:00 p.m. trip.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Thursday, December 07, 2017

Beautiful Humpback Whales In The Area | James S.  

Beautiful Humpback Whales In The Area

It’s been amazing observing over 8 humpback whales over the past couple of weeks. We’ve also seen tons of dolphins, a few fin whales, and even briefly a blue whale! No pictures of the blue unfortunately, but check out all the amazing humpbacks and see how many you can tell are different.

Read More...

Permalink

Stewy's avatar

Animal Updates | Mammals | Whale Watching

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Migration is Name of the Game | James S.  

Migration is Name of the Game

In the past couple of weeks we have had the amazing opportunity to see fin whales, one of whom was lunge feeding, along with common, bottlenose, and Risso’s dolphins. But the amazing part is that we’ve seen so many different humpbacks

Read More...

Permalink

Page 1 of 3 pages  1 2 3 >