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Organized whale watching started in the United States, when the Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego was declared a public venue for observing the migration of Gray Whales; the
Dolphins and whales are closely related. Orcas were given the name ‘killer whale’ by ancient sailors’ observations of groups of orcas hunting and preying on larger whale species. They
The San Juan Islands provide one of the best whale watching opportunities anywhere in the world, offering calm waters and a huge variety of wildlife which includes our three
The individuals of any particular pod share the same repertoire of calls, a vocalization system called a dialect. Although scientists have noted that there is some type of structure
"Kids for Orcas" Activities start at 3 pm Saturday at Whale Bell Park in Langley. Then join us for an educational presentation by London Fletcher, Jr. Orca Advocate at
United States Congress declaring June 2018 “National Orca Protection Month,” to honor the iconic endangered whales.
Check this out. Folks are starting to mobilize. People are paying attenting. The recreational fishing and whale watching communites in Puget Sound is way about ahead of this, but
The gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus), also known as the grey whale, gray back whale, Pacific gray whale, or California gray whale is a baleen whale that migrates between feeding
1 / 2 Largest of the dolphins, the orca, is a highly successful predator, feeding on fish, seals, and sometimes whales. Common Name: Orca (Killer Whale) Scientific Name: Orcinus orca Type: