Spring Whale Watch Week

Posted by OCVA / March 26, 2016

Catch a glimpse of Gray whales blowing, breaching and fluking as they pass by on their 12,000-mile (19,300-km) annual migration from the Arctic Ocean to the warm, calm bays of Mexico in the winter to birth their young. In the spring, observe their return journey north, where they spend the summer feeding in the Bering and Chukchi Seas.

The Oregon Whale Watching Spoken Here program puts volunteers at 26 different view points along the Oregon Coast from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily during the winter and spring watch weeks. These friendly whale-watchers will help you spot Gray whales and other wildlife while you learn a bit about them

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