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Winter Wildlife Watching

February 02, 2011 by Juliet Grable

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and nothing melts the heart like the sight of a newborn marine mammal pup. How about a thousand of them? That's how many elephant seals have been born at Ano Nuevo State Park, and another 500 are on the way. Throw in 700 more at Point Reyes. Oh, and it's the beginning of gray whale migration too. What are you waiting for?

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Gray Whale Migration

February 06, 2009 by Jessica Taekman

Now is the time to see gray whales migrating along the California coast and maybe even appearing inside the Bay.

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Fluke or Fixture

January 01, 2003 by Barbara Tannenbaum

An increasing number of gray whales have been spotted in San Francisco Bay in recent years. Why are these aquatic giants venturing here now in greater numbers? Are they temporary refugees? Or are they adding a regular stop on their 10,000-mile-long migration route?

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Whale Resources

January 01, 2003 by Bay Nature Staff

To See Gray Whales The Oceanic Society has offered naturalist-led whale-watching excursions in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1972. ...

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