For the first time, drone footage of endangered blue whales off of Dana Point, California, is being made publicly available. Also, amazing first ever footage from the air of gray whale moms and babies playing in surf and kelp off Orange County. And lastly, a huge megapod of dolphins from the air.
Beautiful, jaw-dropping, footage ever taken with a drone from the air of a huge mega-pod of thousands of common dolphins stampeding off Dana Point, California, three gray whales migrating together down the coast off San Clemente, California, and heartwarming close-ups hovering over a newborn Humpback whale calf snuggling and playing with its mom as an escort whale stands guard nearby, filmed recently in Maui.
California whale watchers had the rare opportunity to get eye-to-eye with a playful gray whale while it swam the “backstroke” with a pod of bottlenose dolphin off the coast of Dana Point, California.
A megapod of Common Dolphins engulfs whale watching catamaran while stampeding off the coast of Orange County, California.
Whale watching passengers aboard Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Watching Safari in Dana Point, California, had an experience today that very few have had. They got up close and personal with a Blue Whale - the largest animal in the world!
Dana Point whale watchers had an unexpected and heartbreaking
encounter with a pod of bottlenose dolphins on March 26th. This video sends a powerful message about how much a dolphin can care, it is a window into a dolphins heart.
This video was taken in upper Magdalena Bay, Baja, CA during Capt. Dave’s family vacation. According to the naturalists who see them everyday, these gray whale calves enjoy having people touch them, even in their mouth and on their baleen. Even though these whales don’t have teeth, perhaps it is like a teething child who enjoys having his gums rubbed.
A huge pod of 1,000 Common Dolphins stampedes off the coast of Dana Point, California, like a herd of wild horses.