Whale watching in March
Every October the gray whales leave their Arctic feeding grounds for the arduous 14,000-mile round trip to the warmer seas of Baja California, Mexico. There they mate and after a gestation period of between 12 and 13 months, the females deliver a 1,500 pound calf. Months later the males and juveniles start north again passing the Oregon coast in March. The mothers with their young calves follow in May. March is a great month for whale watching from the cliffs near Lincoln City and Depoe Bay. Early morning and late afternoon when the sea is calm are the best times, and what you should be looking for are their 12-foot high plumes they blow before diving. If you want to get up close and personal take a whale-watching boat trip out of Depoe Bay. Whale watching is a popular pastime with thousands descending on the Pacific coast in March.
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