We spent our time this week at the Loreto National Park looking for whales and dolphins.Read More
Why are grey whales dying?
- Post author By Stephanie Albarran
- Post date 2022-03-30
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Why are grey whales dying? Intelligence and resilience have enabled Grey Whales navigate life in the ocean, but their home is changing rapidly… and even these adaptable mammals are struggling to cope. FROM A CNN News Article A worldwide team of academics, field biologists, and volunteers has been examining a mystery occurrence known as an […]Read More
Blue whales. Balaenoptera musculus. One of the most amazing big animals I have ever seen. The back of the whale just went on and on and on until we saw the tiny dorsal fin at the back.Read More
- Tags baja, blue whale, fin whale, Loreto, Mechudo Corridor, whale watching
Log from the Lagoon 20 January 2022
- Post author By Nautilus Staff
- Post date 2022-01-24
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Amidst all this, the whales go on with their business. As we were enjoying the beautiful weather on the panga ride to our camp, we saw a puff of vapor in the distance. It was a gray whale calf! A more voluminous blow spouted up, this time from the mom. Baby looked so tiny next to momma.Read More
We are pretty darned excited and have sighted our first gray whale of the season in the lagoon 2 weeks ago. I was up in San Diego 4 weeks ago and a local whale watching company told me that their first sightings of the season were a week early. Fingers crossed and cheers to a great season!!Read More
- Tags baja, gray whales, mexico, san ignacio, whale watching
Is it ok to touch gray whales?
- Post author By Captain Mike
- Post date 2021-11-12
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That day a new era dawned in human-cetacean interaction and that big beautiful gray whale became the first of a long line of whales at San Ignacio Lagoon.Read More
How in the world did these most ferocious of all whales pivot and become cute and cuddly with open arms (so to speak!) with humans, their former predators?? We have to thank Pachico, respected patriarch and grandfather of San Ignacio Lagoon, for taming this last remaining significant population of gray whales…Read More