Bottle-nose Dolphins

Once our skiffs arrived at the harbor, we boarded and headed outside La Paz, in the Sea of Cortez. Our target? Whale Sharks! The area just outside La Paz is known as a nursery area where Whale Sharks often feed with their young ones. Earlier in the day, we were told that within the past […]

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Those Lovable Dolphins

(This post originally published after my 2009 Baja photo trip) We saw several species of Dolphins as we maneuvered the Sea of Cortez … and they were always interesting and fun to be around! A school of Dolphins arrive to ride our bow, a favorite activity of the dolphin, and one that we saw several […]

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Beautiful Baja, Part 3 (Repost)

(Originally posted June 2010) This is the third, and final post on the Baja trip I took in spring of 2009 (links for the previous 2 Baja postings are listed at the bottom of this post, in case you missed them). In this post, I will share some of my experiences with the blue whale, […]

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“A Whale of a Day, Part 3, or …”

CAUTION: TODAY’S POST CONTAINS A GRAPHIC IMAGE THAT MAY  BE DISTURBING TO SOME PEOPLE   … “When is a Whale Not a Whale?” Answer: When it is a Killer Whale   Photo of a breaching Orca, taken in 2008 in British Columbia   “Killer Whales” (Orcinus orca) are not actually whales, but are toothed dolphins. […]

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