Whales, whales and more whales….whoooooeeee !!
Greetings friends and colleagues,
It was another spectacular day on the Channel. We had two distinct “hot spots” for whale activity. The first was located mid-Channel and there were both Blue Whales and Humpback Whale actively surface lunge feeding on krill. The second spot was close to Santa Cruz Island, and the whales here (both Blues and Humpies) were more abundant, but the krill were deep and the dive times were a tiny bit longer. It was overcast, but not foggy, until we reached the island and the land of sun and fun. I'll post my pictures of today's adventure as soon as possible, perhaps by Sunday afternoon.
Here are the sightings for Saturday, June 2
Species List for today:
13 Humpback Whales (dozens more in both areas)
1 giant Blue Whale ( several others were seen in the distance at both spots)
1,000 Common Dolphins
20 kids from Cleveland School
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Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day!