Scorecard for Monday

Today's Condor Express score card: 6 Blue Whales  17 Humpback Whales1500 Common Dolphins   The humpbacks were beaching and tail-throwing, lunge feeding and plenty of both big whale species were seen off in the distance.  Bob PerryCondor Express We love when you share…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail

Gargantuan Bonanza !

Whale people, The beasts have tanke over the Channel, and this is what the Condor Express watched closely: 10 Blue Whales  20 Humpback Whales1000 Common Dolphins 10 Bottlenose Dolphins   The humpbacks were beaching and tail-throwing, andat least five of the blue whales showed their flukes consistenly.  This has been a fabulous period for whaling out in the Channel.  Amazing ! Sign …

Humpbacks, Blues and Common Dolphins

Whale people, More beautiful, glassy, calm conditions continue in the Channel, and this is what the Condor Express watched closely:  8 Blue Whales  11 Humpback Whales500 Common Dolphins Sign up now to see the show, you never know what Mother Nature has in store for you in the way of fabulous sightings when you come on board. Make your reservations now …

Superlatives are exhausted, but whales aren’t…oh yeah!!

Whale people, AGAIN and AGAIN…Beautiful, glassy, calm conditions continue in the Channel, and this is what the Condor Express watched closely:  4 Blue Whales  [more spouts in the area]18 Humpbacks (big tail throws, friendly encounters, breaching !)   [more spouts in the area]Humpies and Blues were mixed together on the whaling grounds today. Raise your Condor Express mugs** to honor Oak Park …

What a Week !!

Santa Barbarians, Beautiful, glassy, calm conditions continue in the Channel, and this is what the Condor Express watched closely:  6 Blue Whales (including several “racing”) [more spouts in the area]16 Humpbacks (big tail throws !)   [more spouts in the area] Sign up now to see the show, you never know what Mother Nature has in store for you in the way …

This is definitely PRIME time !!

Cetacean Lovers, Another sunny, pristine, calm day out on the Channel today.  Conditions are ideal as are the whales… and this is what the Condor Express watched closely: 1 Blue Whales14 Humpback Whales300 common dolphins 10 Dall's Porpoise The calm seas are forecast to continue all week Sign up now to see the show, you never know what Mother Nature has in store …

Blues and Humpbacks galore !

Lovers of the big winged beast, Rain in Santa Barbara and continuing out to perhaps 5 miles from Santa Rosa Island whence it stopped and the ocean got flat and calm.  Coincidentally, the rain stopped as we arrived on the “mother lode” of Humbacks.  Earlier, in the rain, we followed a couple of Blues.  This is what the Condor Express watched …

Baby Humpies

Lovers of the big winged beast, A south wind blew and made the waters near Santa Barbara a bit choppy this morning, but once out on the whaling grounds things flattened out and the winds diminished.  This is what the Condor Express watched closely:  6 Humpbacks = 3 Cow-Calf Pairs of Humpback Whales That's right, three moms were showing off their …