Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 18, 2020

A “Possible Record” Number of Blue Whales at the Farallones 

Bay Nature  reports

The biologists counted 47 blue whales in an hour, the most they’ve ever seen and a “possible record,” according to a press release from NOAA Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Media and Outreach Specialist Mary Jane Schramm. Johns said there are also humpbacks visiting the islands, and a handful of gray whales.

Read more at A “Possible Record” Number of Blue Whales at the Farallones – Bay Nature


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