Mar 15, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird
The day we’ve been waiting for was finally here. There was a stiff breeze in the morning, but it calmed by afternoon and became quite pleasant. The surrounding waterways, which stretched more than 30 miles on each side of our anchorage, are the perfect place for gray whale calves to be born and acclimatize to wind and waves before swimming north to feeding grounds. All of our guests had two outings today to explore and look for mothers and calves. Those not in boats wandered in the dunes and some made it all the way to the Pacific.
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