Gray Whale Sex Life – It Takes Three

Gray Whale Sex We all love gray whale watching, so let learn about gray whale sex.   Who doesn’t enjoy a nice, relaxing sail out to sea, anxiously searching in anticipation for that spout to appear upon the surface of the water?  There is something so majestic about...

Impact on Whales – Humans are to Blame

Enviromental Impact on Whales It’s difficult to separate the environmental impact on whales without mentioning that humans are at the root cause.  Harmful toxins have affected every square mile of the earth’s oceans, and the implications are the same for both sea...

Shore Whaling in San Diego at Ballast Point

Ballast Point Beginning Mariners, South Pacific bound, first visited San Diego in the 1820s and the gray whales became in danger, shore whaling begins. Two Portuguese-American brothers arrived in San Diego in 1857. One year later, Captain Packard and his brother set...

San Diego Whale Watching and Migration

The Long Migration Beginning in the early winter there is great whale watching and the event continues through April as over 18,000 gray whales will make a 10,000 plus mile trek from Alaska to the lagoons of Baja Mexico. There, in the warmer waters of Baja, thousands...

San Diego Blue Whales in Abundance

The Blue Whales are Here Blue Whales are in abundance off of San Diego’s shoreline.  On occasions, the surreal giants can be seen closer to shore, but often they are in deeper water off the Coronado Islands or the Nine Mile Bank.  Blue Whales can be 70 to 100 feet in...