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Oregon Parks & Recreation
Oregon Parks & Recreation
Why do they migrate? How long does the migration last? Visitors to 26 "Whale Watching Spoken Here" sites along the Oregon coast can find answers to those and other questions, and maybe even see a whale. More than 400 trained volunteers will be at the selected sites from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. during the annual spring whale watch week. Check out this website for a list of sites.
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Oregon Coast Whale Watching
Oregon Coast Whale Watching
Whale Watch Weeks Winter watch weeks are always Dec. 26 through Jan. 1, 2009. Spring Whale Watch Week is from Mar. 21 through Mar. 28, 2009 Historically, these weeks have provided numerous whale sightings. During the most recent watch, for example, there were 1,123 sightings and officials called that a low showing...
Location: Oregon Coast
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Grey Whales and Where to Spot Them
Grey Whales and Where to Spot Them
Whale watching is a year-round activity on the Oregon Coast with gray whales by far the most commonly seen. Whale watching is not difficult, but a few tips make it easier. Any location with an ocean view may yield whale sightings, and morning light with the sun at your back is best. First locate whale spouts with your naked eye; then focus more closely with binoculars. For an even closer view, try whale watching from a charter boat. And some people prefer the view from above—from an airplane or helicopter. Both charter boats and air services are available (and listed here). And, of course, calmer days are best, whether by land, sea, or air...
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