Gray Whales visit Puget Sound

Gray Whale photo by Merrill Gosho

When people hear of Puget Sound, they often think of Orcas, but we also have many other different types of whales that stop by Puget Sound throughout the year. One of these is the Gray whales. A small sub set of Gray whales come to Puget Sound each spring to feed on Ghost shrimp in the…

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Gray Whales Have Returned to the Northwest

March is the month gray whales make their annual migration up the Pacific coast from their calving grounds off the coast of Mexico to Alaska. Gray whales typically spend several weeks near the San Juan Islands, just north of Puget Sound, feeding on ghost shrimp and other crustaceans. One of the best scuba diving sites…

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