Arriving at Lopez Mateo, a birthing lagoon in Magdalena Bay, we went into pangas and headed out in search of gray whales. We were treated to some really great sights, including a gray whale calve and mother! With a bit of wind in the air there were many birds out on the water including magnificent frigates, brown pelicans, double-crested cormorants, great blue herons and even egrets. Later, after two rounds of whales watching, we had lunch at a local Mexican restaurant and enjoyed all that Magdalena Bay has to offer.
- Daily Expedition Reports
- 03 Feb 2020
Lopez Mateos & Boca de Soledad, 2/3/2020, National Geographic Venture
- Aboard the National Geographic Venture
- Baja California
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