Skip to comments.Endangered whales invade California waters
Posted on 08/21/2012 8:33:38 AM PDT by Baynative
Longtime observers say they've seen a sharp increase in endangered blue and humpback whales feeding near California shores, where they spend the spring and summer before heading to their winter breeding grounds off Mexico and Central America.
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It is a surprise to me that the California beaches and marinas aren't being lined with "Save the Krill" protesters from PETA or some such org.
We’ve seen them this summer. If you go to the Point Vicente Interpretive Center on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, they will loan you some binoculars, and the locals will point them out to you. It can be difficult to spot them, though, because you are looking for brief spouts across 26 miles of ocean (between PV and Catalina Island).
If you stick a whale listening device into the water there, you will hear something like this:
“Jerry Brown! Jerry Brown! Please, save us! Save the Whales, Jerry Brown!”
Watch for Japanese in their EXPERIMENT ships.
They want amnesty and free food, they contend they went to school here.
“Weve seen them this summer.”
Us as well from the cliffs at Ft. Bragg this spring. In previous years, we have taken the whale watch out to the Farallons to see the greys, blues, and humpback whales. There is an amazing amount of wildlife off our coast if you take the time to go look. One can’t help but marvel at the Lord’s creation.
They evidently don’t know California is endangered.
“They evidently dont know California is endangered.”
True conservatives are the endangered species in california, but we’re here.
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