Nature Loving Eco-People,
Despite some fog in town, it was sunny and nice out on the Channel today, and here is what the Condor expressly saw: 14 Humpback Whales with scads more in the area (read the details below) 1 Gray Whale
500 Long beak Common Dolphins Although the Humpbacks were friendly enough all day, they really got heated on the 3pm afternoon soiree. Breaching was seen everywhere, in the distance and right next to the boat. Two whales were tail-throwing and pectoral fin slapping each other for a long time, as if doing “battle.” The scene was extreme. You never know what Mother Nature has in store for you in the way of fabulous sightings when you come on board. Make your reservations (9am, 12 noon, or 3pm) now and see the mighty Gray Whales as they migrate back home to Alaska, plus whatever else is happening out there in our wonderful Channel.
Call 888-77WHALE or 805-882-0088 to book your trip.
Visit our website: https://www.CondorCruises.com
…or to view photos from our previous trips: https://www.condorexpressphotos.com
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 also available to answer your questions during the trip. Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day!
Bob Perry Condor Express