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San Diego Whale Watching Conservation

Whale Watching Blog & Photos

January 7th, 2010

Dolphin Mega Pod (1000+) and Gray Whale Watching off San Diego

Another beautiful San Diego morning found us heading out of the harbor on to the calm swells of the Pacific Ocean.

One of our passengers, Jessica, had never seen a Gray Whale before. Well, beginners luck was with us. As soon as we cleared the last marker I spotted a blow, and then another. Soon we were observing these beautiful animals on their southbound migration.

Then, onward we went to the Coronado Islands to check out Sea Lions, Pelicans, Oyster Catchers, and the stunning scenery. We had a bit of extra time so I decided to head offshore to see what we could find. And find we did! As we headed towards the Coronado Canyon we started noticing some splashing in the distance. Soon we were surrounded by Common Dolphins as far as the eye could see, some of them leaping out of the water 8-10 feet into the air! Amazing!!! There had to be well over 1000 of them.

On the way home we spotted another Gray (possibly one from earlier) which showed its flukes for us twice. A perfect end to a perfect trip.

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