Category Archives: “whale watching”

Whale watching at Ecola State Park

Third time is a charm. Twice Patrick and I have headed to the Oregon coast attempting to see migrating gray whales. Both times we came up empty-handed. This time, on March 26, we got to see some in the form … Continue reading

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Spring Break Week 2012

I am off of work all this week because of Patrick’s spring break. Lucky me! Here is what we plan on doing to keep us busy and connected to nature: Monday – Whale watching week in Cannon Beach Tuesday – Patrick will … Continue reading

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Whale Watching Spoken Here

On Monday Patrick and I are going to head to Ecola State Park in Cannon Beach to try to see migrating gray whales (Whale Watching Spoken Here). This time of year they head back north from spending the winter in Baja. We’ve … Continue reading

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Whale Watching Week on the Oregon Coast begins today!

It’s that time of year again, when Gray Whales are migrating south and you can see them along the Oregon coast. Last year we went to Ecola State Park to try and see some, but the Oregon State Parks volunteer … Continue reading

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Another opportunity to see gray whales along the Oregon coast

Back in December we went to the Oregon Coast to attempt to see gray whales migrating south. We weren’t so lucky, but it was a beautiful day nonetheless. You can head to the coast again to try and view the whales … Continue reading

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Whale or no whale

Since I was off today, we decided to drive out to the coast to attempt to see some of the gray whales that are migrating south to Baja, as I mentioned here. Ecola State Park, on the northside of Cannon … Continue reading

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Whale watching on the Oregon Coast

Your Parks Go Guide reminds us that whale watching can be had right now: Gray whales are already passing Oregon’s coastline on their winter migration, and many more are on the way. Trained volunteers will be ready to help you … Continue reading

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