As part of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Conference at UC Santa Cruz a group of illustrators set out from Moss Landing Harbor on a Thursday morning for a three hour tour. 758 more words
Tags » Orcas
Orcas (A25’s/A23’s), six Humpback Whales, one Sea Otter, Dall’s Porpoises, Harbour Seals, Bald Eagles, Red-Necked Phalaropes, Rhinoceros Auklets, Pigeon Guillemots, Marbled Murrelets, Belted Kingfishers and Gull species. 363 more words
Orcas (A24’s), Humpback Whales, Dall’s Porpoise, Harbour Seals, Bald Eagles, Red-Necked Phalaropes, Rhinoceros Auklets, Belted Kingfishers and Gull species.
What a day we shared, seeing orcas and humpback whales on both of our tours with superb viewing on each tour! 372 more words
We had almost no visibility when we headed out into the mysterious fog this morning and while we had heard of a report of orcas earlier in the morning, when it is foggy, it is altogether a very different experience to find and see them. 312 more words
Onboard the M.V. Seasmoke this morning we began our tour with light fog and mist in our surroundings. At the bald eagle nest that we have been viewing in recent days, we watched excitedly as one of the parents flew into the nest with a fish for its young eaglet to feast on. 198 more words
What an incredible afternoon that we all so enjoyed! The sun was shining, it was warm on the water and there are so many highlights to talk about including a beautiful blue sky and ocean! 250 more words