Subject: We're back...& so are Gray Whales! Tours begin February 14

Hello! It's been some time since we've sent out our Whale Update newsletter. It's been long enough, in fact, that we want to be sure you still want to hear from us about orcas, gray whales, humpbacks, and our tours. Our 2024 season begins February 14, and we're going to restart our Updates shortly. We'll send 1-2 emails per month - and as always, we will never share your email.

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Gray Whales Are Back in the Salish Sea!

We're very excited that at least three of our traditional "Sounder" gray whales have returned to feed in the Salish Sea. Gray whale CRC-53 "Little Patch", who has been a regular visitor since 1991 is back for the season. Additionally CRC-2246, a whale first seen here in 2018 is back, as is CRC-56 "Stardust" and CRC-2441. In the coming weeks, more gray whales should arrive, stopping to feed on ghost shrimp before continuing on to the Arctic for summer.
(Photo by PSE Naturalist Bart Rulon)

Gray Whale Tours Begin February 14 in Edmonds

We're starting our 2024 Gray Whale Tours in Edmonds on Valentine's Day this year. Don't just give flowers to your significant other - take them whale watching!

We'll be handing out roses on tours February 14-17, and we've partnered with Elevated Ice Cream Co & Candy Shop to provide Handmade Chocolate Truffles as add-ons to make this an occasion to remember.

For our February tours, we'll be operating Wednesday/Friday/Saturday with 11:30am departures. We'll run daily tours beginning in March. Our Edmonds Gray Whale Tours last about 2.5 hours.

Port Townsend Gray Whale Tours will start March 9, 2024

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