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Two Quad Pods = 8 Gray Whales & Dolphins too.

Two Quad Pods = 8 Gray Whales & Dolphins too.

That’s right.  One trip (noon) and 8 whales total…4 calves and 5 cows…or, as I like to call it, two Quad Pods. Wow.  I think the last phase of the journey north is the best part with the mom’s and calves…and the unpredictable behaviors of the youngsters.   Today it was sunny on the coast, foggy outside.  Good sea conditions.  And the whales were in and out of the kelp, did some good head lifts to look around and were gorgeous to watch.  Add to this excitement the presence of about 30 inshore bottle nose dolphins, and, well, you can guess the rest.

Tomorrow it’s one trip and it will be at noon again

You never know what Mother Nature has in store. Bob Perry Condor Express

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