As part of my whale research to document whale behavior and calf development, I video most of our trips. After the season is over, I put together video presentations of individual tours and send it to my whale watching clients so they have a souvenir of their experience.
WHALE CAMP 2020
You can see all the videos in high quality on Vimeo….leave a comment!
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Here is an example of my whale tour videos….enjoy!
2017 was a FANTASTIC Whale Season!!!
Although total numbers were down from other seasons, this is cyclical and we still had more than enough whales to watch and nearly every trip of mine encountered friendly whales.
Our new trips with La-Mar Tours out at the mouth were a huge success with the lobster and fish lunches at the beach a real hit! It worked out great to do a day trip there and a half day at the Ejido inner lagoon the next day.
Here is the link on Vimeo to the Album of videos I have made of our 2017 whale watch adventures….feel free to share on public media….enjoy!
Here is a link to my favorite day on the lagoon this season from Feb.27th!!!! This whale opened it’s mouth to get his baleen rubbed!!!
And here are the YouTube links that are quicker to load for sharing.
We had another great year with over 2,100 whales at the peak in mid February. Here are the videos from some of our adventures! I posted the YouTube links as they are easier to share on public media but if you want to see a video in a bigger format for big screens, please watch them on Vimeo…here is the link to the 2016 Whale Magic Album in high definition.
Here are my whale videos from the 2015 season….enjoy! the videos are high definition so take a bit of time to load so be patient! Please feel free to share them on public media like Facebook!
will be posting more as I get them done so stay tuned to this page!
This was the first year I used a GoPro camera and I am very excited about the footage I managed to get after I figured out how to use it. With the wide angle prospective, one can see much more than from just sitting in the panga. We can see how the mother nudges her calf up to the panga and how they twirl and dance! For the first time, we can see what the whales are doing under the water as they rub off their barnacles and push the pangas.
I have put together some short videos of some of our trips this year for our groups. I am also working on an educational Gray Whale video showing their behaviors and how they interact with people.
Here are some of the YouTube links to the videos….MORE TO COME! feel free to share them!
JANUARY 28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRcW32ujb7A
FEBRUARY 11 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY6S8ox0L4A
FEBRUARY 14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZArha7ua548
FEBRUARY 17 GIRLS TRIP
FEBRUARY 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClnqeG9Dyhs
FEBRUARY 22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq5ghS2-xW4
FEBRUARY 23 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45sule9Xcxw
FEBRUARY 25 SAN FELIPE GROUP
FEBRUARY 26 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwW0dXica8k
FEBRUARY 27 Paul & Beth and The Timmels
MARCH 2 Neroscience students
MARCH 6 Galladora, Tanha
MARCH 8 Dick Kashey Group
MARCH 9 Piper
MARCH 10 & 11 Boots N Pants
MARCH 12 Champagne Trip
MARCH 13 Pennywhistle
MARCH 16 Heafy Group
MARCH 17 CANUCK VW CAMPER GROUP
MARCH 17 GIRLS TRIP
MARCH 18-19 Sigi Group
MARCH 19 a.m. Liz Collard Group
MARCH 23 Callison Family