Monterey Bay Whale Watch

Killer Whales seen on today's 9am trip! Photo by our Intern Malcolm

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Killer Whales seen on today's 9am trip! Photo by our Intern Malcolm

#seemonterey #monterey #montereybaywhalewatch #gowhales #mbww #killerwhale #orcinusorca #whalewatchcapital

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Debbie Uptmore

I want to see them! Hopefully next time...

Karen Oswald

@jjbmama maybe one day we will get lucky!

Geraldine

Hi ju babe

Monterey Bay Whale Watch

@vernoco Killer Whales are seen most often in spring due to Gray Whale mom/calf migration. The second peak is in fall, so not unusual to see them off and on at this time of year. They will not be "residents" here as they are Mammal hunting ecotype and they never stay in one place for more than few days or all the prey would leave, that is their strategy to hit the hot spots and move on. They cover large ranges along the coast from Southern California to British Columbia. We see different families of Killer Whales here, not the same ones each time.

CyndiPHX

Beautiful

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