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Humpback whale watching

Humpback whale watching

Humpback whale watching was good today. We ran to the east Channel again today and were greeted by over 1,000 common dolphins scattered all over the feeding grounds. There were many mothers with calves in the groups. Again we watched two humpback whales, large full grown adult whales. They spent plenty of time up on the surface for great looks by all on board the Condor Express. Humpback whale watching is part of California’s best whale watching today. In addition to all of the above, we ran across at least 6 Minke whales, and there were more humpback whales off in the distance within binocular range.

Bob Perry

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