An abundance of humpback whales.

July 31, 2012: We are seeing a great abundance of humpback whales all together with a few blue whales on their feeding grounds. In addition there have been common dolphins every day as well

Here are the species we watched closely today:

7 Humpback Whales (more in the binocular range)

1 Blue Whale

3,000 Common Dolphins

3 shy Minke Whales

20 Ocean sunfish (Mola mola)

It was glassy calm all day today with light overcast skies. We encountered at least 8 different pods of common dolphins, some with large numbers, some small. Out on the feeding grounds, despite marginal visibility, we closely watched several groups of humpback whales. Groups of 2 and 3 were common, as was a singleton whale. One blue whale came through heading west, but was fun for all to see.

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In addition to the expert crew on the Condor Express with over 35 years of experience, Channel Islands Naturalist Corps volunteer naturalists, representatives from the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary and National Park, are usually on board and available to answer your questions during the trip.

Best fishes, have a WHALE of a day and OCEANS of fun!

Bob Perry

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