The Killer Transients

Pods of ‘transient’ killer whales (Orcinus orca) are currently shaking up Monterey Bay. Earlier this month, whale-watching tours witnessed the orcas preying on baby grey whales during Read More…

A Safe Harbor

The Point Lobos State Natural Reserve along California’s central coast may have a rather threatening, “wolfish” name, but the area has become a prime safe haven for Read More…

A Poison Only Skin Deep

Año Nuevo State Reserve is famous for its elephant seal rookery, where the giant, lumbering marine mammals haul out at this coastal California location to breed (see Read More…

A whale of a lunch hour

Our Santa Cruz office recently experienced quite a wildlife encounter when our community welcomed a very large visitor. Late summer and early fall are prime months for Read More…