Subject: Info: grey whale's calf off Oregon(fwd)

Michael Williamson (williams)
Mon, 21 Jan 1996 18:42:21

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Subject: Info: grey whale's calf off Oregon(fwd)
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Date: Sat, 20 Jan 1996 14:15:48 -0500
From: Sunflights@aol.com
To: whale-master@whale.simmons.edu
Subject: grey whales
 
On Jan 12, 1996, I observed and photographed a grey whale and newborn calf
off the Central Oregon coast.  Usually we do not see the calfs until
mid-April, during their migration back to Alaska.  Is there any interest in
this siting?