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Is it a blowbow, a spoutbow or a rainbow blow from this humpbacks

Finally Some Breaches, Whale Rainbows, and some New Blues

Our week 6 guests hailed from Colorado, New York, New Mexico and California. As has happened for most of this season the week began with wind. But things calmed down and as the images will show everyone was treated to yet another grand show. We had ample blue whales including […]

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Duel launching bottlenose dolphins set against the pink cliffs of Isla Montserrat

A Blue Whale In Reverse And Jumping Dolphins

Week 2 with a full group from England is in the books. There is much to report, with the backdrop to all the wonders being that the water here is greener than usual, and the plankton content is far less visible to the naked eye than in our normal season. […]

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A new life is documented - a blue whale mother and her calf

Baja 2018 Blog Week 1

Hook & the Orcas We are indeed back and our 23rd season down on this marvelous sea is now in process. The seasons first week had many components and lots of excitement. Our group from New York (via England), Illinois, Virginia and Brazil had a fine and exciting week as […]

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Baja 2017 Blog Week 7

Baja 2017 Blog Week 7

TWO OLD BLUE WHALE GUYS, 1000 STAMPEDING DOLPHINS, AND A POLE Week 7 is now in the books and our guests all of whom hail from New Mexico had a blast. We began the week heading north looking for the myriad of feeding blue whales that had graced us in […]

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Baja 2017 Blog Week 6

Baja 2017 Blog Week 6

THE GENTLE GIANTS FEED AND HAVE THEIR BLOWS COLLECTED Our week 6 guests hailed from Massachusetts, Alaska and Australia. All were part of the Ocean Alliance team that was here to collect whale spouts or “snot” from drones for processing in a lab to learn about what we can learn […]

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Baja 2017 Blog Week 5

Baja 2017 Blog Week 5

ORCAS – MOTHERS MILK – LOTS OF WHALES Our week 5 guests were all from North Carolina. Other than the awesome view we all got of a Fin whale mother and calf pair right next to us on a flat calm day in which the mother expelled vast amounts of […]

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