Monthly Archives: September 2014

09-22-2014 Humpback Action Continues to Amaze

  We have had some truly epic days with hours of surface lunge feeding humpbacks this past week. Add the huge schools of long-beaked common dolphins to the mix and many of the trips have been over the top great. … Continue reading

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09-12-2014: Fall Conditions Coming On, Lunge-feeding / Breaching Humpbacks, Common Dolphins, Sea Lions, Common Murres and more

The Monterey Bay never fails to amaze me. The productivity and diverse marine life is astounding. It all seems to come down to the anchovies. That’s what most of the birds, whales and sea lions are feeding on.   Pretty … Continue reading

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09-02-2014: Breaching Humpbacks and A Tail Slapping, Kelp Playing Young Humpback

The humpback whales continue feeding event just outside of Moss Landing Harbor. They’ve been coming and going within about a five mile area. We’re seeing spouts within a mile of leaving the harbor and all the way out to about … Continue reading

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08-31-2014: The Feed Frenzy Contnues: Humpbacks, Common Dolphins, Sea Lions, Pelicans, Terns and More

As has been the case since March, Moss Landing was the hotspot on The Monterey Bay again today with a serious humpback whale vertical lunge feeding frenzy. We also had excellent bow-riding ┬ácommon dolphins. An incredible day just outside the … Continue reading

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